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Category Archives: Living Rooms
Use every little inch of space you have in your home to fit in a storage cabinet, shelves, or incognito stow away space for shoes, toys, books, and clothes. The following homes used up even the tiniest spaces to fit in room to hang necklaces, stowaway wine bottles, spice racks, shoes, e.t.c. Check out these ideas and inspirations for your own home:
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Cozy Little House
A clash of pink, zebra, plastic, and retro furniture all put together this eclectic home designed by interior decorator, Maria Barros. This home definitely has a girly, retro vibe to it and draws in a lot of light with it’s very faint color palette. It’s not for everyone as the style is very fashion forward and current – reminds me of decor for a modern boutique. I’m not sure if I could live in a home like this as I would be worried it would get too dirty too fast. A crisp white sofa? I just don’t know how long that would last in my home, especially with pets around. What do you think?
Ever wondered what it’s like to live on Park Avenue? We’ve got a firsthand tour of this stunning apartment with a drop dead gorgeous wrap around wall mural in the dining room. The rest of the home is a little bland for my taste, but the dining room is what really makes it what it is. Here is a tour of the home:
The entrance features a traditional French gilded console and mirror, antique Chinese pots, Empire Setee, and Argentinian alpaca rug. The wall is painted using a special texturizing technique.
Scenic wallpaper mural in the dining room wins my heart over and looks almost hand painted. A French dining table and savonnerie style carpet completes the whole mystic look.
In the living room there are comfortable sofas, an English game table, custom Scagliola table, English white marble mantel, Majolica pots, and more. The empire side chairs are also very one of a kind.
Touring the office you can see the Louis XVI style desk, custom lampshade, Matisse prints, Chinese paint brushes, and Savonnerie style carpet.
The bedroom takes on a whole different theme with bold red accents, modling, space ball chair, a cowhide, and modern lamps.
Another interesting theme going on in the second bedroom. The designer threw in a mix of Western furniture and accessories along with a Lucite chair.