Turning left off the entryway leads guests into the living room, which features two neutral sofas, two tufted armchairs and a light wood coffee table. A large piece of abstract art enlivens the walls and brings the room's purple and blue hues together.
In this sleek, renovated penthouse, the design team kept intact the living room's intricately carved ceiling beams, which were designed by the home's original architect, Leland Bryant. The beams articulate the cathedral ceiling and draw the eye downward to the living room’s art-lined walls. The space features an original fireplace, as well as a sofa by modern furniture designer Milo Baughman. A pair of velvet and chrome armchairs were designed specifically for the room by architect Tim Barber to add color and anchor the tall space.
The foundation of this living room is basic neutrals: tan walls, white trim, beige rugs. It gets its life from the accents, bold and beautiful: yellow curtains, purple velvet armchairs, pillows with vibrant patterns.
The traditional settee anchors the sitting area in this elegant living room. Purple armchairs flank the area, while built-in bookshelves and an eclectic mirror enhance the spacious feeling of the room.
Soft purple armchairs overlook beautiful views of the city and bay, and silver urn-like end tables hold accessories and provide a place to set your drink. A translucent sculpture is highlighted by the natural light.