This living room was designed by Melissa Warner as a part of a stunning house in West Hollywood. The décor of the parlor looks formal without being too rigid. She tried to energize the subtle color palette by using rich patterns like an appliqué, a floral, a geometric and an animal print. Some paintings are mounted on the wall to enliven the pristine white backdrop. A dashing sofa in pale fabric with tufted accent and skirts is nestled against the wall. The coffee table is a little bit high with a glass table top. One of the chairs is ottoman with idyllic floral upholstery. A tripod floor lamp stands stylishly between two enthralling armchairs near the window.
To bring the nature feeling into a living room in a New York home, Fawn Galli, the designer of this room, used a custom backdrop in minty green for the wall. The designer thinks that a color should be too strong or surfeited on a wall. Cheetah print adorns the surface of the Pal + Smith chairs. The Paley sofa beneath the painting is from Profiles. It looks stunning with the velvet upholstery and the oval backs. A carpet of Fiona Curran Palette for the Rug Company has colorful geometric patterns. The artwork over the sofa is by Anne Siems bring a storybook fantasy sense to the décor.
The designer of this endearing parlor, Eric Cohler recently converted to sectionals who built the area of the main lounge in the living room of an apartment in Manhattan around a sofa in L-shaped style. Eric designed the longer part of the sofa. Sectional can accommodate more people, he said. The owners can read in this space with their son watches television, all is just at the same time. The velvet Torino of the sofa is from Yoma Textiles which exudes soft color in beige. The pillows are idyllic which rich in patterns and colors. The coffee table appears in a modest way with a dark brown woodsy hue.
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