Tuesday, August 6, 2013

LIVING & DINING RIGHT - 5 REASONS TO LOVE

Modern living room light herringbone wood floor black framed pictures white walls black wall sconces squishy daybed and armchair

Here are the 5 things I am loving about these two spaces...

1) Light hardwood floors in a herringbone pattern

2) Black framed pictures against a white wall

3) The color combination - blue, white, silver and black with a touch of green in the form of plants

4) The lighting - Love the 3 bold black wall sconces in the living room the two blue glass pendants in the dining room.

5) Seating - The squishy armless daybed and chair in the living room are so inviting.  The silver cafe chairs and banquette seating in the dining room are functional and stylish.


White modern dining room silver cafe chairs blue glass pendant lights light herringbone wood floor

Can you name 5 more things you like about these rooms?

Happy Tuesday!

xo
Coco

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Photos: Lisbett Wedendahl


5 comments:

  1. I love the Living Room arrangement, from the colors, to the layout, to the picture arrangements on the wall! Beautiful!

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  2. I love the room, except for those chairs. They look a little cheapish to me!

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  3. I love the artwork of "father and son?" In the dining area!

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  4. Such a beautiful room! I love that it has neutral colors!!

    --Sayeh, The Office Stylist

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  5. My own kitchen and living room have a black/white/blue color palette. The two rooms are open to each other, and in the living room I have a modern black leather sectional, and in the kitchen I have white cabinets. I used to feel like the two rooms fought against each other, but then I realized I just needed to integrate them. The blue addition used to be turquoise, but I'm now moving toward more darker, moodier blues. I'm dying to paint the walls a smoky blue, but my husband thinks the room will be too dark. What does he know?

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