Feel the warm hues and shades of white, blue and orange. All the colors in this vacation house merge from this great parlor. This house is nestled in Florida and we are going to focus on the living room décor. The walls of the space are painted in Alabaster of Benjamin Moore. The sofa from Restoration Hardware looks so stunning in a creamy hue. The chic cushions come in a graceful way with the rich patterns and colors on the surface of the upholstery. The jute rug is from Stark’s Bovina which has calm hue in aa palette. Twin stools in orange accent stand stylishly in front of the rustic coffee table. The table is like a beam which preserves the natural texture and woodsy hue on its surface.
The enticing abstract paintings become the main reason for Bill and Gary McBounie to raise the ceiling of this house. Gary is the designer while Bill is the owners and they had have been a longtime partner. And the strong paintings are the masterpiece a talented artist Silvio Cattani. Because the paintings are overscale in size, Bill decided to raise the ceiling to hang the items. The rug by Stark is in light blue has a neat geometrical pattern of squares. The vintage chandelier looks so fit in the pyramid ceiling. The lighting fixture has white bulbs which overspread in all directions of the room. The chandelier is created by Stilnovo.
A starburst mirror has created a statement in a striking way. It adorns the pristine white wall of this enthralling living room, a part of a home in Long Island. The club chair is blanketed in the soft fabric of Lee Jofa’s Paradise Bird with the so idyllic pattern. The bold color of red at the club chair upholstery becomes the starting point of the color scheme in this décor. Meg Braff as the designer refreshed the family sofa with a soft velvet in white. This elegant seat is by Pindler with additional skirt beneath. The pillows by Peter Fasano are in Sandhurst damask. They emit the charm of orange with appealing patterns