Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked DecorContemporary Living Room, DC Metro

Photo: Alexander Vasiljev

Trendy medium tone wood floor living room photo in DC Metro with beige walls —  Houzz
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maffei wrote:Nov 16, 2011
  • maffei
    :You may find it in some stores. A friend ran into the same issue but found it at a store in PA. I can't imagine why they would have discontinued it but perhaps there is a new model coming soon. It really was the bomb for simple and clean.
  • Roger Michaud
    One thing about it you would never see the white cat in this room
fireworksdesign wrote:Dec 10, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Chef White is similar to the wall color. Ben Moore's Snow White is a similar white to the ceiling color.
  • tuyenle

    where is the console table from?

thelcherry wrote:Nov 16, 2011
  • Becky Harris
    That is the Dora Maar by Jonathan Adler:

    Jonathan Adler Dora Maar Vase in Muse · More Info

  • itgirl
    There is a blue one on ebay right now. I will try to find it and link it.
Cristina Salazar wrote:Apr 3, 2015
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                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: Define Your StyleApr 1, 2012

                  Look for contrast. Have your first word or phrase? Great. The next step is to seek out a bit of counterbalance. Most of us are not entirely one note when it comes to style, so think about adding a second style word that you also love. Perhaps you adore rustic style but also crave a bit of modern zing. Consider options for your second word or phrase that speak to you, such as "fresh," "current," "hip," "mod," or "happy chic."

                  Maggie Stephens Interiors added this to Storage Tricks for RentersFeb 7, 2012

                  Adding a credenza in the living room creates a surface for lighting and a place for hidden storage. In this space it works double duty for the living room and dining area, but you could place one against the wall to store books, games or even off-season decoration.

                  Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: The Home that Launched Naked DecorNov 12, 2011

                  "I like to create different sections in a large room like this one," Phornirunlit says. "I never want a seating to force people to arrange themselves like they are all sitting around a campfire."He also likes oversize pieces that make a big visual impact — for example, the large, striped ottoman in this room.

                  What Houzzers are commenting on:

                  T added this to webuser_213512119's ideasNov 28, 2018

                  Discontinued IKEA Torsby Credenza

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