By Chance Mcnicholas. interior. Published at Saturday, August 25th, 2018 - 00:46:50 AM.
In the library of a Boston residence renovated by architect Dell Mitchell and decorated by Thad Hayes. André Dubreuil lanterns top the mantel; the ceiling fixtures are 1960s Seguso. and the Edward Wormley sofas are covered in a Larsen fabric.The living room of the 1960s Beverly Hills home of designer Waldo Fernandez is furnished with a pair of vintage Jacques Adnet club chairs and a rosewood chiffonier by Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann.
Large windows that allow lots of natural light make sure that this room isn't overwhelmed by it's dark green hue. Try pairing rusty orange with a sage green to achieve a similar tribal vibe.Kelly green and wood accent pieces make this room feel fresh. yet rustic. Combining green pieces like the luxurious couch.
and the high pile rug in this room strike the perfect balance of calm and stylish.This open-concept living room is simple. yet brimming with style. The flat screen TV is highlighted with a green backdrop and built-in cabinets. These cabinets are a great place to stash DVDs. gaming systems. and any other items that might visually clutter the room.
This elegant Scandinavian style room is a small. but mighty space. Although most people wouldn't think to put a love seat in the breakfast nook. this design makes it work by tying in the green cabinets with the color of the couch. See more of this home here.Color blocking an accent wall in your living room can have a big impact.Not only is it modern and stylish. but it can create some much needed contrast.