By Madelon Babineaux. Living Room Published at Friday, July 21st 2017, 19:35:06 PM.
Henry Home upholstered in Neptune-blue velvet — as well as covered in a Kravet fabric. In a North Carolina home sketched, the celestial airiness of walls lacquered in Benjamin Moore Antiguan Sky is grounded by a pair of Addison corner chair from O. In a Connecticut house sketched by Philip Gorrivan, living room walls colored in Farrow & Ball's Tanner's Brown — with trim in Benjamin Moore's White Dove — set off an eclectic art collection plus a classic Bridgewater sofa.
In a San Francisco home sketched by Stephen Shubel, this living room's walls are painted Benjamin Moore Bridal Pink, a soft paint balanced by the deep browns also the earth textures in the space. It's a dynamic backdrop for artworks by her grandfather, with a red lacquer chinoiserie desk that is a family heirloom. When designer Justine Cushing moved in her New York apartment in 1970, she had the living room walls colored a custom orange — a color she have never considered changing.
In a Manhattan apartment sketched for a couple in the fashion world, Miles Redd lacquered wall in Farrow & Ball's Hague Blue, "a great way to do a moody paint because of the way it reflects light. It does not look dark so much as rich. To bring a feeling of nature into a New York living room, designer Fawn Galli used a custom minty green: "I do not think paint should be too saturated or strong on a wall.
The bright green in the sunroom is gutsy, but the area is actually completely relaxing because I restricted the palette to green and white to create calm," she says. In this oceanfront Palm seaside home, sketcher Allison Paladino glazed the living room walls brilliant green to capture the light together with painted the woodwork white to calm it down.
Seketcher Susan Ferrier chose a chandelier by Phillips Metal labor to create a lofty living area sense more intimate. A new house on Alabama's Pond Martin takes on the look of an old cabin with soft, washed-out colors and ebony-stained wood wall. To warm up the new Sheetrock interior in a Palm Beach home, the expansive living room is glazed a "juicy cantaloupe paint that makes everyone smile," designer Ashley Sharpe says. Even the coffered ceiling subtly picks up the tropical punch.
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