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Rustic Neutral Living Room with Three Entryways
Two doors, which had provided access to storage and mechanical space were eliminated and replaced with a wall, making room for a large hutch with a vintage look. A third entry was left, but the standard door replaced with an antique door with mirror panes.
The home's open floor plan allows each space to flow effortlessly into the next, like the entryway flows into the living room. After catching up on the neutral sofas, the owners and their guests can then move into the kitchen for dinner.
Fireplaces that project out from the wall are ideal for flanking with a bookcase, a cabinet or both, as is done here. Their heights, color and basic framework is kept the same for a consistent look. To draw attention to the fireplace, the overmantel is covered in reclaimed barn wood and exterior lanterns adorn the wall instead of interior sconces.
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Floor-to-ceiling windows all along the side wall of this spacious living room look out onto the Vail, Colorado valley and mountains. Sofas placed back to back divide the space and help create two separate seating areas.