This formal living room in Alabama house is designed by Mark Leslie and Richard Norris. The decor showcases a dramatic scene of the furniture pieces which have high backs. The screens in a green paint by David Braly mimic the scenic garden outside. An elongated window with wooden frame in white is installed precisely in the middle of the screen that creates a symmetrical display. An ottoman chair looks so chic in the vibrant color of pink. Additional trim at the bottom of the stool prettifies its final look. Blooms in peach over the coffee table with translucent glass top prettify the center of the space.
This appealing parlor is dominated in a neutral color of pristine white which is massively used to cover the surface of the wooden walls, beams, and ceilings of the house. Kim Dempster and Erin Martin is the talented designer of this Marin County house in California which has the beach style. The lights are in thirty-inch buoy that has the overscale size with semi-circle orbs in glossy black. The lighting fixtures are hung by ropes over the sitting room. The ceiling of this home is narrow and high, and the lights try to bring it down to display a kind of canopy. It is just similar to placing a hat on the parlor. Couples of antique chairs in French accent are covered in natural linen.
Calming gray has exuded a tranquil ambiance to this idyllic parlor in a stunning home, Florida. Lucite-and-glass coffee table in the center of the space has the 1980s accent that showcases a jewellike ornament to the muted hues. A huge tube pendant lamp over the sitting room is stunning with the intricate pattern of the iron element. Another lounge nearby the window has two cushioned armless chairs with an elegant wooden side table in dark woodsy hue. The black rods hang the curtains in an elegant manner. To prettify the final display of the parlor, add a bouquet of white jasmine in a white pot.
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