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Mountain View Townhouse Scandinavian Living Room, San Francisco

Designed by: Studio Revolution
Photography by: Thomas Kuoh
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http://studio-revolution.us
Scandinavian living room in San Francisco with white walls. — Houzz

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Joanna Tovia added this to So Your Style Is: Scandinavian
Low-slung seatingYou won’t find patterned upholstery or chesterfields in Scandinavian-style homes. Couches are comfortable and low-profile, and are inevitably in muted tones. Natural fibres are a given, and cushions are kept to a minimum.SMART STRATEGY: By all means, add a splash of colour in the form of a cushion or two, but go easy on the brights and use pattern sparingly. The cushions on this couch add interest without drawing too much attention to themselves.
houseology added this to How to Make Your Living Room More Welcoming
6. Introduce sculptural lighting Our furnishings and rooms tend to have corners, or be square-ish in shape, so consider the opportunity to introduce a sculptural element in the form of a light fitting to soften the lines. This could be a floor lamp or a wall-hung fitting. An oversized lamp can bring drama to a small room and scale to a larger space. It also acts as a natural starting point for furniture arrangement, so if you feel your room is lacking a pleasing layout, try starting with a statement light. Browse contemporary living room design
Pearson + Projects added this to Serial Renovators on How to Mentally Prepare for a Renovation
6. Identify and manage risk areas Take some time to identify the risky areas that will affect your goals. Think through how you can minimise the impact of these, or better yet get rid of the risk altogether. For example, with one of our renovations, I had an estimate down to replace 200 square metres of driveway. We had never replaced a driveway before therefore there was an element of risk in that estimate, and having the wrong allowance could really deplete my contingency money. So to manage that risk I called around to contractors to get a realistic price for my budget, and then got quotes to know for certain what it would cost. Serial renovators on how to set up and stick to a budget

What Houzzers are commenting on:

makkerley added this to Living Room
Too stark and flat... not enough interesting lines or colors.
megantf added this to Living Room
Small but many seat couch. Placement of windows
grace ogle added this to grace ogle - principles of design
scale: the couches are lower and the black chair is taller.

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