This parlor was intentionally designed to provide sufficient seating zones to everyone. It is nestled in a stunning home near Washington, D.C. Mona Hajj the designer took palette hue for the living room’s wall backdrop. The inspiration is from rug of Persian Tabriz of the 19th-century era. The sofa is by Gérard has additional skirt beneath which has similar brownish color like the upholstery. Another sofa is from A. Ruden which has wooden legs that provides one of two of the conversation areas. Dessin Fournir presents a stunning armchair, while the walnut table of the antique Regency was found at a flea market in Paris.
The designer of this living room wanted to bring an inviting sensibility to the space. And Celerie Kemble is the talented person of this project. This family room is a part of a home in New York City. The floor offers the vibrant envelops of the Moroccan rugs in ten different vintage styles. She chose selectively all the fabrics for the room to be durable and comfortable, thus the family can enjoy their time together in this family room. The built-in shelves nearby the windows are utilized to display many books collections, so that everyone can read the book while having a good time with the family members.
This living room implies shiplap walls for the décor which is the boards fit together by halving the parts thus each overlaps the one beneath. The walls are pinated in Ligonier Tan of Sherwin-William. Cameron Schwabenton is the ingenious designer of this project. This room is accentuated by the flavor of the old-world, a colonial house as a part of a 1980s era. The seating set is completed by a custom sectional sofa which is wrapped in Pierre Frey’s Lafayette. The custom-made coffee table in the hub of the space is unlacquered brass by a New England metalsmith. The marble silhouettes are from the 19th-century by C.N. Pike.
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