The designer chose a natural look to decorate her living room in a California home. Victoria Pearson put an over scale painting of an eagle is an artwork of Ojai artist Katie Van Horne. The artistic item emits a majestic feel with a more real look to the neutral décor. The floor obviously exudes a rustic touch of a manzanita branch. The armchairs are by Jean-Michel Frank which is embraced in beige Belgian linen, whereas the sofa is coated by hemp. Green is the favorite color of Pearson; she feels that the color is so calming. The color accents each part of the living room. The terrazzo fireplace is from the 1946’s which are surrounded by artistic cave-painting.
Patrick Wadeused and David DeMattei, the talented designers accomplished this plush living room in a perfect way. They pick furniture in beige and ceramic accessories in white which are so contrast with the chocolate backdrop. The crystal chandelier is completed by elegant lampshades in black that gives relaxing illumination to space. The Italian ceramic is from the 1950’s has a white color. The fireplace is installed in a prominent wall which has white mantel fireplace. A round wall mirror with is framed in black and golden shades that enhance opulent touch to the decorative item. The corner niche is a place for a stunning side table with a white table lamp on it.
This living room is nestled in a captivating home in Malibu. Amy Kehoe and Todd Nickey, the designers want to bring a fresh and clean look to the décor. Thus, they painted the walls in Simply White of Benjamin Moore. One of the designers told that the neutral color is chalky so that it does not feel cold. The ceiling has woodsy hue of wood without any glossy surface of lacquer. White beams are arranged in a parallel line. The pendant light has a very attractive swivel feature that accentuates vibrant red color. A huge rectangular mirror becomes the background of the corner lounge. A stylish armchair in silver is coupled with an elegant black floor lamp.
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