Lacking a proper entry wasn't an issue in this small living space, with the makeshift coat rack for hats scarves and bags, and a tray filled with small river stones for shoes and boots. Wainscoting along the same wall to bring some subtle contrast and a catchall cabinet to hold keys and outgoing mail.
Designed by Jennifer Grey entry door onto lounge - deckers42
These window treatments are stationary panels with traversing sheers as the under treatments. The swags an cascades are the valance portion of the of window treatments. The style is traditional but with this twist of modern chic - almost a transitional style, the treatments compliment the over all design of this classic room.
Prime Vinyl Plank, color: Barn Door Maple. This is an example of a traditional enclosed living room in San Diego with grey walls, vinyl floors, a standard fireplace, a wood fireplace surround and a built-in media wall.
Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring - MultiCore in color Appalachian Style Number MC-348 Design ideas for a mid-sized traditional formal enclosed living room in San Diego with beige walls, vinyl floors, a standard fireplace, a brick fireplace surround and no tv. The entrance nth - alandavisad
Texpro (now Mohawk) Luxury Vinyl Plank Tahoe Flooring, Wall color: PPG Pittsburgh paint, custom tinted to SW color Tony Taupe.
An approximately 960 SF workshop converted to a 1BR/1RR cottage.
Shae' W Cannon
An effortless approach to dressing up this simple staircase is the addition of a patterned woven stair runner. This stair runner genuinely enhances the staircase with the colors of black and gold, and hints of red, and the natural curvilinear pattern compliments and balances the design of the area. The ornamental floral pattern gives off elegance to this living room area. A sculptured patterned broadloom carpet brings in texture to this living room. This carpet’s lively curvilinear pattern assists in harmonizing the living room’s surrounding space.
Both the walls and the ceiling were opened to create a sense of openness, making this small home feel much bigger than it is. A small portion of the original central wall remains to accommodate the electrical panel. New windows and glass entrance door allow ample natural light to spill in to the space, further enhancing the open and bright feeling of the space.