Idyllic Parlor Designs and Ideas Influencing You in Decorating Your Own

stunning armless chairs and a wooden table Idyllic Parlor Designs and Ideas Influencing You in Decorating Your Own

This elegant living room is nestled in a Hollywood Hills home and designed by Mary McDonald. The pillows and trims which are made from necktie fabrics of graphic vintage truly bring a jolt to the décor. The klismos chairs with the accent of Greek key are also designed by McDonald. The seats are coated in leather of Edelman’s Napoli in ebony. The curtains look so graceful and dramatic in gray cashmere of Austin by Ralph Lauren. The under curtains are in red with a striped pattern of silk from F & S Fabrics. The corner spot is a cozy space for a lounge with two stunning armless chairs and a wooden table. Next to it is a gallant white sofa with the tufted accents on its surface.

appealing living room is inspired by the sea Idyllic Parlor Designs and Ideas Influencing You in Decorating Your Own

The interior décor of this appealing living room is inspired by the sea. This gathering space is designed by Jason Bell, a part of a room in a cozy house in Connecticut. The room has a sofa that features a 40 years old seat and set of chairs that come together with the house. To have a new look, they are recovered in a fabric of chrysanthemum, Chrysanthe, which has a subtle hue and overscale polka dot pattern. The material is from Osborne & Little. The ottomans in the hub of the space are coated in cotton of Norbar, Wink in brick. The nailed accent at the table top and the edges of the tables enhance the physical appearance of those enthralling tables.

great farmhouse living room with colonial accent Idyllic Parlor Designs and Ideas Influencing You in Decorating Your Own

Shawn Henderson, the designer of this parlor intentionally updated the 1830s farmhouse with its colonial accent. He decided to bring rustic and refined style to the new look of the design of this Hillsdale house in New York. Thus, he decided to paint the wood walls in white tone but leaving the beams of the ceiling in dark shade. The next step is choosing furniture to fill the space which the items are picked up at antique stores and yard sales. At one side of the walls, there is a decorative mirror that becomes an axis of the symmetrical display. There is a stunning floor lamp nearby the lounge to illuminate the charm of this gathering space.

 

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