In this eclectic living room, a red upholstered armchair with carved-wood trim sits beside a modern ghost table. The mix of styles, materials and textures is emphasizes by the zebra-print pillow, woven rug and bamboo blinds.
A comfy, blue velvet armchair is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy a good book. The small, lucite end table provides just enough room for a stack of books, and a shiny, metallic floor lamp offers extra light when natural lighting is not plentiful.
The transitional living room pairs contemporary and traditional furnishings for a warm, welcoming space. A Chesterfield sofa is flanked by classic end tables and highlighted by bold, abstract art and a Lucite coffee table.
The book-lined library is centered on a Nettie Darr table, one of Barry Dixon's first designs for Mike Reid Weeks and inspired by his grandmother's parlor table. Tall lucite floor lamps provide light at either end of the oak daybed.