To incorporate vintage pieces at budget-friendly prices, the designers of this living room rescued two Ib Kofod-Larsen "Seal" armchairs and refurbished them with leather bought from a wholesale tannery.
This living room features an eclectic blend of vintage furnishings, color-blocked curtains and a bold area rug. A bookshelf doubles as a well-stocked bar, while graphic wallpaper adds a punch of color and pattern in this space first seen on HGTV's Home with Novogratz.
A graphic accent wall, complemented by a built-in midcentury modern shelf is the focal point of this chic living room. A pair of blue vintage armchairs, wooden sofa and rustic coffee table complete the look.
To help freshen up or better blend a fireplace into a room, try painting it. Here, a coat of white and gray paint makes this fireplace an easy companion with the rest of the living room. Vintage armchairs and a cheeky buffalo add eclectic charm.
This conservatory-style room boasts a deep green wall and ceiling color inspired by the lush plants that fill the space. A writing desk tucked in the corner takes advantage of the natural light that streams through the adjacent windows. A vintage white armchair and sheer curtains help to break up the green space.
A secondary seating area expands the grandeur of this elegant, traditional living room. Built in bookshelves frame out the window and add a sophisticated library feel to the space while providing ample room for family antiques and heirlooms. A vintage red armchair accentuates the hints of maroon and purple throughout the space and adds an accent of Victorian aesthetic.
To keep the formal dining area cohesive in style with the family room as well as the breakfast nook, it is painted in the same navy blue. Framed photography, refurbished vintage chairs and a cool wooden table give personality to the space.