Tangley @ Transitional Living Room, Houston
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Transitional enclosed living room photo in Houston with white walls and no tv — Houzz
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Mirrors dissolve a room's boundaries and reflect light, making any space appear bigger. And you don't have to limit yourself to just one: Consider placing mirrors on opposite sides of a room, or do an arrangement on a wall.
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Lighten up the draperies. Maybe you have heavy drapes you’re tired of, or you’ve been waiting to save money for something custom made. This is a solution that can go from temp to perm. Some of my favorite plain white window coverings came from Ikea; they cost $14 per pair, and the length is easy to adjust.
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The living room is done in soft tones. The genesis of the look was the pink table lamp on the left. “I found it at a vintage shop, and it inspired the entire space,” says Wheat. “I knew I’d never find another one, so I paired it with a clear glass lamp on the other side. It’s just as well, as you don’t want to have too many sets of things in one room.”Fluffy ottomans, a white cowhide and filmy white curtains add an ethereal softness to the room. As for the barely there window treatment: “We don’t use the front rooms at night,” Wheat says.Pig bank: Harry Allen; benches: Mongolian Fur X Bench, Sally Wheat Interiors
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4. Mongolian pillow. Real or faux, a sheepskin pillow adds a touch of luxury to any space. It softens a crisp modern sofa or dresses up a relaxed family lounger. The lovely feel will draw you in as soon as you run your fingers through it.Use it: As a layer on your bedding or behind the main pillows.