Thursday, January 22, 2009

LIVING ROOMS BECOME ECLECTIC!

Photos © Eric Roth; courtesy of Eric Roth Photography Modern living room with a Moroccan style pattern onto walls, a traditional wing back armchair upholstered in black and white skull and bones fabric, hard wood floors, an off white sofa, a taupe sofa and a metal and glass coffee table
A dark brown old world Moroccan style pattern is stenciled onto white walls in a modern living room. A traditional wing backed armchair is upholstered in black and white fabric with a bold skull and bones design. Hardwood floors, an off white sofa, a taupe sofa, metal and glass coffee/side tables complete the look. (above)

The ultimate mix and match spaces...two living rooms that blend several styles to create one. I like the idea of an eclectic style. When well done, it can mean a freedom from a particular rigid decor style...allowing the home owner to blend, mix, match, patch and meld together an elegant and interesting space.

Living room with a Le Corbusier LC4 Chaise Longue chair, fireplace and two Louix SV bergere armchairs in front of a bay window
A 1920's style icon, the Le Corbusier LC4 Chaise Longue lounge chair ($3410), is centered in front of the fireplace in this minimalist living room. Two very classic bergere Louis XV style bergere armchairs are placed in front of a large bay window. Walls are painted a soft butter cream color with bright white trim. A modern painting over the mantel makes a strong colorful statement in the simple room. (above)

1 comment:

  1. An excellent blog about interiors!for me the most important and almost indispensable pieces of furniture, it makes any space a room to live in.
    - Sherline

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