This California living room is nestled in Napa Valley home belongs to Patrick Wade, an ingenious designer. Relaxing and simple are the identity of this stunning seating room. All in all, each furnishing emits the charm rustic accent to the décor. The wall backdrops are by Benjamin Moore with the hue that matches with the furnishings of the décor including the sofa, rug, wing back chair and armchair. All are in subtle hues of beige, light gray and brown. The surfaces of the walls are painted in the soft hue of Chestertown Buff. There are two rugs that cover the surface of the tile floor. The first layer is a large rug in a soft brown that almost covers all the surface of the parlor floor. Another one has a smaller size which covers the hub of the space, precisely beneath the coffee table. It has a stripe pattern in black, white and gray.
The designer wanted to have a living room with sufficient light and air circulation to space. Allison Caccoma wishes everyone’s eyes to go directly out the windows and doors to enjoy the scenic views outside, not only to be dragged down to see the rugs or furniture inside the seating room. This light-filled living room is a part of an enticing home in Connecticut. The extended doors and windows which are framed in white wood merge effortlessly to create a huge feature of the entrances and casements. The lighting fixture seems has the classic style with golden chains which hang the piece in the hub of the space, in an elegant way. It is hung precisely over the cute coffee table with translucent glass top.
The soft hue of this Swedish-inspired living room emits a soothing ambiance to the entire space. The tiles of the floor are in Antique Portuguese makes the modest heart of this parlor centerpiece. This living room is nestled in an enticing home in Venice, California. It accentuates the color palette which has painted walls in Wimborne White of Farrow & Ball. The trim is painted in Glass Slipper of Benjamin Moore. The coffee table looks so rustic of an Angle design. It has cross-legged woods which support the table top in a gallant way. This table references the outdoors feel thru the silhouette of its picnic-bench. Alexandra Angle is the talented designer of this mesmerizing project.