Ivory plaster walls atop a rich taupe tongue and groove wainscot envelope this traditional mountain home’s light-filled living room. A two-tiered bronze chandelier hangs from the ceiling, and dark exposed beams coordinate with the walnut-stained window trim, stair rail and hardwood floors. The focal point is an expansive cast stone fireplace that has been topped with a bucolic landscape painting in hues of blue, green, gold and brown. Ornate candlesticks provide glimmers of gold while a crackled vase finishes the mantel. Offering the perfect fireside perch is a pair of velvet benches in aqua with rich, ebony legs. An elegant seating group is anchored by an Oushak rug in tones of vanilla, beige and Tiffany blue. Two Chesterfield sofas covered in cream chenille are accented with bronze nails. Sage green paisley throw pillows are boxed in the same velvet that covers the benches. A pop of color comes via a pair of light turquoise pottery lamps that rest on charcoal grey side tables with turned legs and pie-crust edges. French lounge chairs are upholstered with a diamond geometric fabric in heather and ecru, and warm white matelassé throw pillows are trimmed in seafoam green. Between the chairs stands an iron table the color of sparkly champagne, which is topped with antiqued mirror. Nearby, an iron cocktail table with a chunky glass top catches the light washing in from the South Carolina sky. Linen draperies in a seafoam and eggshell leaf stripe pattern frame a generously sized window, showcasing the mountain views beyond the porch.
Possibly added jams/arches to distinguish the different areas - conniemwelsh