Palo Alto Addition and remodelTransitional Living Room, San Francisco

A cozy lounge area with gorgeous curved sofa floats in the center of the room across from the fireplace. A couple of horse hair ottomans float in the space as accents. Also in the space is a prized antique console

This is an example of a large transitional formal living room in San Francisco with white walls, medium hardwood floors, a standard fireplace, a tile fireplace surround, no tv and brown floor. —  Houzz
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Vanessa Walker added this to 16 Ways Curved Architectural Features Can Enhance a Home30 July 2020

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Georgia Madden added this to 11 Ways to Make Your Living Area Social (Not Just About the TV)14 June 2020

3. Light it rightThe ability to adjust your light levels is key to a successful living-room lighting scheme. Opt for overhead lights and lamps on dimmers so you can adjust lighting levels to suit the mood as you move throughout the day and into the night. Having greater control over lighting in the evening will also help your body’s natural circadian rhythms.Is it time for a living-room upgrade? Make it happen with the help of an interior designer on Houzz

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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K F added this to Living Room space5 July 2021

Dining room area in main room by juilette doors

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HU-547920366 added this to living space15 November 2020

Really like the alcove for the piano so it is not so obtrusive