Vibrant Modern Mid-Century Living Room with Eclectic Touches

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When designing this space, we wanted the living room, the dining area, and the formal seating area to feel united and cohesive but wanted each to have their own identity. We wanted to close off the dining and sitting areas a bit to create two separate spaces, which is why we used the muted orange sofa turned into the fireplace paired with two blue armchairs centered below your existing shelves. Because of the eclectic touches throughout the space, the dining room cabinet's floating shelves add to that vibe and won't feel like a museum. Moving towards the support wall, I've found this closed console for the turntable and speakers as well as some other items. Moving on to the dining area, the sputnik chandelier adds more flair while the shelving unit by the corner adds more storage room. Finally, we finished off the space with two fun geometric rugs that turn this into the perfect living room. Overall, every element of this space is intriguing, exciting, and unique.

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I loved the design my designer created. It was warm and cozy all at once. I’ve already bought the table in the design.

I love my design! It feels warm and cozy even with the amount of grey that is currently in there. I’ve wanted that rug for a while sp seeing it used it in the design helped me make my mind up. I have already bought the coffee table and plan on buying the rest too. This design is everything I was looking for.

Trinity Harding

Columbus, Georgia

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