Using the dramatic staircase as a natural divider, Troy creates two distinct seating areas in the large living room. The open space is perfect for entertaining, while the smaller groupings of furniture allow for more intimate gatherings
Wanting to give their clients room to soak up some sun, the Landform Design Group carved out this little lounge area. Where lush green turf keeps the space soft, two neutral chairs with blue pillows invite the homeowners to sit back and relax.
From dreary and dated to calm and sophisticated, designers restored the neoclassical plaster work in the living room to reveal a luxurious, yet comfortable space. They removed the old fireplace that was dark and too heavy for the space and replaced it with a monolithic slab of real marble and a fully functioning fireplace that is light and inviting. The room’s lower ceiling lends the space an intimate feel that is enhanced by the absence of a television, putting the emphasis in this space on face-to-face family time.
Landscape lights cast a warm glow across this sitting area at night, making it feel especially cozy and inviting. Guests can take their pick of the cushioned chairs and share stories among the flowers.
The neutral color palette in this space gives this living room a bright, inviting feel, while darker tones on the sofas and the curtains help to make the space feel intimate, and with the absence of a television, this space is the perfect place for the family to gather for some face time.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allows tons of natural light to stream into this contemporary living room. A large beveled mirror bounces the light around the room, helping the space look large and open. A small seating group surrounds a mirrored ottoman for intimate conversations.