Published at Friday, July 27th 2018, 08:04:08 AM by Seana MacAleese. Living Room. High ceiling living room. Traditional rooms don't speak to any specific age group. A room like this one by Mosaic Architects could belong to a family or couple, young or old. There's a familiarity to it which is inherently comfortable, but it is definitely not old or dated.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 08:37:55 AM by Alisanne Rousseau. Living Room. A large table in front of the fireplace divides the space into two conversation areas, and its yellow-and-white cotton striped skirt introduces a sunny spirit that’s essential for a room so large to feel livable. Matching sisal rugs define both sides of the room, and their Greek-key edges are banded in yellow to plant the palette underfoot.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 19:36:41 PM by Chalina Fuentes. Sofa. Standard sofas are not usually difficult to move around. Most kinds of sofas can be moved by two or three people, depending on style, material and size. Some may be heavier, but most are not incredibly difficult to move around. Standard sofas also vary and there are many types available. You can find a sofa that will fit nearly any style, pattern, and texture you may need for your design.
Published at Sunday, July 22nd 2018, 08:16:37 AM. Living Room By Adaliz Moreau. Seafoam green living room. Color is not uncommon in traditional living rooms, but as a general rule the colors are somewhat muted and don´t make a show of themselves, as demonstrated in this room by Walish & Stambaugh.
Published at Sunday, July 22nd 2018, 06:55:59 AM. Living Room By Delfina Stavros. Modern mix, who better than furniture designer Bob Williams to master the modern mix? In the living room of his home in Hickory, North Carolina, the cofounder of furniture manufacturer Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams pairs his new designs with vintage favorites from the mid-century.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 08:48:39 AM. Living Room By Carmelina Landi. Dark and dramatic living room. Perhaps no style lends itself as well to drama as traditional style rooms. All it takes is a dark, rich wall color to enhance the inherent elegance and class. Toss a roaring fire in this room from Misiaszek Turpin Architects and you`ve got a recipe for a dramatically cozy space.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 07:28:06 AM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. Refined elegance, There’s no style that lends itself to elegance and sophistication better than traditional style. Just take this room by Rinfret Interiors as an example. Balance and symmetry are subconsciously pleasing to the eye, and when combined with luxurious fabrics, refined colors, and delicate architectural detailing it creates an elegant style that will stand the test of time.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 03:13:59 AM. Bookcases By Laverne Lacroix. Custom drink station. The beverage center of our reader-voted dream entertaining kitchen keeps glasses and wine and cocktail fixings within easy reach. The custom shelves ensure that all the drinkware fits perfectly in place. Open shelves and mirrored backs add interest. Two under-counter GE Monogram wine refrigerators each keep up to 57 bottles at preferred temperatures.
Published at Friday, July 20th 2018, 20:47:35 PM. Living Room By Margherita Corvi. Farrow & Ball’s “Skimming Stone” is painted on the walls, while the wood comes clean in the venerable paint company’s “All White.” Silver-gray cocktail and side tables pick up the thread of color from the room’s gray-and-white striped Elizabeth Eakins rug, while the furniture remains calm in white upholstery fabrics. Even the accessories on the fireplace wall’s shelves are pared down for importance. Most notable is the pair of antique lanterns on the middle shelves.
Published at Friday, July 20th 2018, 07:55:29 AM. Living Room By Axelle Thys. Light blue living room. Traditional style is often associated with grand spaces, but there‘s no reason why a smaller space can‘t be decorated in an elegant, traditional way. This room has very high ceilings but not a lot of floor space, so designer Amanda Carol substituted a coffee table for two stools, used large scale art to balance out the window, and incorporated tall millwork over the mantel to draw the eye upwards. The result is a somewhat small space that appears much grander than it really is.