Transitional Style Bellevue Home transitional-living-room
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Transitional Style Bellevue Home Transitional Living Room, Seattle

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Example of a transitional living room design in Seattle — Houzz

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tkosloff wrote:
Who is the manufacturer of the sofas? - I'm looking for sofas just like these. I'd love to know the manufacturer.
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Savvy Home

Hi there,

We at Savvy Home offer a very similar on-sale style on our website. The Austin Sofa features sloped arms, tufted cushions and narrow wooden legs. Please view the Austin here: http://www.savvyhomestore.com/product/fabric/sofa/austin-sofa-by-savvy

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Seattle Staged to Sell and Design LLC

These sofas are from Furniture of America. They sell to the trade only. Let us know if you've any other questions. :-)


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Barbara Morris wrote:
What is the color of the walls, and the color of the trim? Thank you.
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Christy Adamson

I would love the wall colour and trim as well please

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mrgh wrote:
Tile used on fireplace? - Hi - I'm curious about the tile used on the fireplace - What is it exactly? Thanks
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eden604 wrote:
Love the teal pillow with interlocking circles and art on the mantel - Can you tell me where they're from? Thanks!
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What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lottie Brown added this to webuser_382862695's ideas
Good like the jade colour goes with white and gold chosen the pic for colour
dizzylou added this to dizzylou's ideas
Mantel, cushions, colors, vase.
Gen added this to Wish List
hearth, built in bookshelf, colors

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