By Rachel Alfred. Living Room. Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 12:23:26 PM.
Incorporating an easily moveable side table or ottoman into the family room design makes the room feel flexible and more relaxed, not to mention distinctly functional. A small-scale piece like this also can double as an impromptu card table when a cutthroat game of card War breaks out.
How do you add teal to your home without choosing pastel shades or inky tones? You add a bit of gray. The smokey side of teal will fit very well into a home full of muted tones or a space that already has an intense focal point.
The drawback of concrete floors is that they feel cold and hard underfoot. Instead of seeing that as a disadvantage, Incorporated Architecture & Design took this opportunity to introduce some really cool area rugs into the design of this modern New York home which they completed in 2017.
Inspiration for the bright white living room in this Seattle home was the Hamptons house of Diane Keaton in the movie Something’s Gotta Give. That clean, almost effortless look of the movie’s beloved home actually is as sophisticated as it is simple. As interpreted here, it’s a crispness that emanates from the architecture. A deeply coffered ceiling works in tandem with the careful gridwork of shelving that flanks the fireplace to define the space in bold, linear strokes. Symmetrical balance extends to both the architecture and the clean-lined furniture to impose formal structure on an informal, feel-good style. So just two words to remember: clean-lined and balanced.
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