In this congenial living room in Atlanta which is designed by Kay Douglass, a stunning fireplace with an unstained concrete accentuates the natural wood golden patina. The chairs in white look so endearing with the engraved accent. The window treatments are embraced by the creamy linen in a well-manner. The abaca carpet showcases a neutral backdrop for the striking red slipcovers of the dashing wing back chairs. A glazed urn in the black of the Yuan Dynasty with the cutting board in antique style is displayed in a modest way on the table top surface of a French console. The table has a rustic accent with gallant legs that have inverted curves. The rusted iron together with the curved legs supports the table top in a compact way.
An idyllic mirror which comes in an overscale has and framed by wooden element depicts a show stopping decorative ornament to the décor. The client of Kevin Isbell, the designer of this stunning living room, had rescaled a smaller home in New Jersey, but she didn’t require substituting her lovely 12-foot-long sofa. To feature the item in the seating room, the designer had to place it against the wall with a door as an entrance or doorway. To assimilate with the design, he hung an oversize sorcerer mirror of the 19th-century as has been mentioned before in the opening of this article. The mirror is placed precisely above the sofa to create a sense of solid walls. The cushions of the sofas are covered in handwoven mohair of Chapas Textiles. They only used the fabric to certain spots which seemly will be touched by the users because it would have been too expensive to upholster all the sofas in mohair.
This living room with the French-country style was designed by Cathy Kincaid. This gathering room is a part of a stunning home in Scottsdale, Arizona. This rustic space features a gallant sofa which is covered in Tree of Life with the idyllic floral pattern by Michael Smith for Jasper. A couple of chairs are embraced in blue velvet covers with skirts are by Rose Tarlow in Velours Monchalet in Pine. The Delft jars which are placed on the rustic beam are from John Rosselli. Some decorative plates with intricate patterns in blue are mounted on the wall to adorn the stone surface. Some candle holders also mounted over the jars ornaments. The painted cabinet which stands elegantly in the corner spot has a French accent from the 18th-century.