By . Living Room. Published at Monday, April 30th, 2018 - 19:42:58 PM.
This tiny home is located on a treelined street in the Kitsilano neighborhood of Vancouver. We helped our client create a living and dining space with a beach vibe in this small front room that comfortably accommodates their growing family of four. The starting point for the decor was the client's treasured antique chaise
You can build one, or hunt down a vintage folding cot. While a window nook is a classic, you can integrate and create nooks in other spots. Place them near bookshelves or other storage book spaces.
The living room featured futuristic Pop Art furniture including an inflatable see-through plastic armchair, a modular orange sofa, a floor-to-ceiling television screen and one of Peter Murdoch’s nominally disposable Polyethylene-coated laminated cardboard “Spotty” chairs that sell for £2,000 in international auction rooms today. The living room of the future was clearly entertaining, fun and open to rapid change.
A cluttered, overaccessorized living room can look messy and disorganized, rather than chic and sophisticated. Pare down your collection, and only retain pieces that have sentimental value or evoke strong memories. A simplified space will enable the remaining elements to really shine, and it will keep you on budget.
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