A curved archway adds architectural interest to this beautiful living room, which features a mixture of traditional and contemporary furnishings. Espresso-stained wood armchairs upholstered in a blue-gray fine wool provide stylish yet cozy seating.
The wall dividing the living and dining rooms is opened up with a wide archway for a more open feel. The distinctive patterned ceiling tiles were retained but new recessed lighting and fixtures were added.
The transformation of the dining room is considerable – with dramatic improvements to the built-in cabinets, new window treatments and an impressive chandelier. Decorative iron sconces with pillar candles accentuate the newly enlarged archway.
A large, open archway allows entrance to the living room, which features a collection of furniture and decor with blue, yellow and green accents. The neutral stone wall across the sitting area houses the fireplace, television and two niche shelving units on either side.
The living space of this magnificent mansion in Tarrytown, NY is filled with gorgeous details from top to bottom. From the marble fireplace and arched entryway to the decorative molding trim and contemporary light fixtures, this living room is worth showing off.
A large stone archway connects the kitchen and living room in this elegant home. Travertine tile carries from the dining area and kitchen into the living room, giving the home a sense of cohesion and fluidity.
Archways from the grand foyer lead to an open floor plan with a gourmet kitchen, comfortable living room and dining room. Stacked stone walls bring a rustic quality to the space, while soft neutral tile flooring ground the rooms.
Opening up to the kitchen, this living room features a navy sofa, leather coffee table and neutral armchairs. Architectural details, like archways and stone walls, lend a Mediterranean vibe to the space.
Swirled columns and understated archways subtly divide the foyer, living room and dining room in this elegant home. A neutral color palette carries throughout the spaces, tying them together and uniting the first floor.