If you look for the idea of a living room with Nantucket style, herewith we present you a superb example. T. Keller Donovan, the designer, reveals his ingenuity by turning the tradition to be implied on the décor. The wicker furniture has modern silhouettes that surprisingly enhance the display of the décor. He designed the white and bluish rug with a plaid in an overscale size. He also added a fresh spin to the convex mirror which has classic touch by painting its frame in white and blue. The accent of blue on the fabric is flown away thru the dining room to this seating area. The designer likes the flow of fabric from chamber to chamber. He feels more comfortable in that way that adorns the display of the décor.
Jorge Rafael, an L.A. artist has manipulated a photo of Lauren Bacall which is known as George Hurrell digitally, who leads over a landscape of a designer’s living room, known as Jay Griffith. The overscale photo becomes the focal point and the backdrop of the neutral beige wall. The beach house which is located in Pacific Palisades was built in 1933 for a tranquil retreat for Billie Dove, a Hollywood film star. To supply sufficient daylight and air to space, the corner spot is utilized to install the window treatments. A piano with some classic candle holders on it sits elegantly in another corner spot against the windows. Some greenery is added to the space to bring the nature touch to this spacious living room.
This spacious gathering space of a Kenyan home is the second fireplace that accommodates linen sofas of Verellen Eugine, a slipper chair of Victoria Hagan Cate in Rogers & Goffigon’s Mission Cloth, and also a chair of leather Gunnison from Hickory Chair. The pillows are covered in a crewel of Chelsea Textiles which emit the nature patterns. A cheetah print of the Rose Cumming completes the cloth of Kenyan Kuba in a geometric pattern that adorns the pale wall over the mantel. The carpet of Stark is in light brown hue softens the surface of the gallant concrete floor. At the leftmost of the space, prints of Peter Beard are hung behind a hippo in bronze. The shelves are used to showcase the family mementos.
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