York StreetContemporary Living Room, Vancouver

Photography: Barry Calhoun Photography

Inspiration for a contemporary medium tone wood floor living room remodel in Vancouver with beige walls —  Houzz
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    Kelly Deck Design
    Hi there!

    Thanks for your interest - we used one of our favourite whites in this space from General Paint deer feather clw 1047w
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        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        The Stated Home added this to How to Choose a Well-Constructed SofaMar 2, 2017

        Back cushions. The back cushion on a piece of upholstery doesn’t have foam. Instead, it’s filled with either polyester fiber, down or a combination of the two. It should be constructed from down-proof ticking and be sewn with channels to ensure the filling will stay put. Tip: When shopping, unzip a back cushion to look for channels and make sure there aren’t any feathers poking through.

        Kelly Porter added this to Beyond White: With Tints, Everybody WinsMay 30, 2016

        Off-white. An off-white wall color works well in rooms that have white furnishings. I see many spaces where everything is the same tone of white, and it all blends together so no one element stands out.I think it’s best to bring definition to a white room by using a wall color that is slightly different, such as ivory. This way, if your furniture, lamps, area rug and other accessories are more of a pure white, those things will give the room depth and interest.A similar paint color is White Shadow by McCormick Paints.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        gsavely added this to Furniture and ArtJul 28, 2019

        I like a sofa with arms as high as the back and one solid cushion and no skirt at the bottom.

        P. Nguyen added this to ptnguyen62's ideasOct 18, 2018

        Stone or light gray. A very light gray will go beautifully with warm wood tones and chalky walls. Stone is a great backdrop for items with a flare of color. (It also hides dirt really well.)

        Lindsay B added this to 4342 Winding CreekMay 29, 2018

        I like how it’s a muted room but a big statement picture with color.

        Cyrille Gaborieau added this to Idées de CyrilleMay 20, 2018

        Gris clair, murs blancs, couleurs pastels

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