Embracing a section grate in a family room makeover
September 2, 2015 - table lamp
Steve and Wende Schuster would like assistance configuring their 13-by-21 family room to make room for some-more seating. She is struggling to arrange seat in a space with a grate and lots of windows and doors. They use a space for examination radio and interesting guests. They cite tans and earth tones to pastels.
Designer Apr Force Pardoe adds a vast sectional to emanate one vast seating area that will make a room feel reduction cluttered while staying within a parsimonious budget.
Pardoe, of AFP Interiors (410-782-0762, www.afpinteriors.com), is formed in Elkridge, Md.
Brighten a room with a paint in a soothing tan color, such as Benjamin Moore’s Putnam ivory .
Position a sectional to face a TV and fireplace, as good as give a perspective to a outdoors.
Add a cupboard on a side of a fireplace to
balance a built-ins on a other side.
Mount a TV on a mobile arm so it can be tucked divided or pulled out for viewing.
Choose accessories in comfortable colors to tie in with a red bricks on a fireplace.
Illuminate a space with additional lamps on console and side tables.
Add a chair and side list to create a friendly reading corner, as good as yield additional seating.
Furniture: Coffee list ottoman with removable sham in cream ($260, www.hayneedle.com); classic 52-inch ash console ($949) and Caribou wood-and-metal finish table ($103), both from www.overstock.com; Anjou console list in healthy ($299, www.homedecorators.com); Bella leather chair in textured dim red ($379, www.grandinroad.com); martini side list in antique coronet ($149, www.westelm.com).
Accessories: Burnt orange geometric 8-by-11 area carpet ($341, www.wayfair.com); Sea of Poppies Giclee print ($149) and Suzanne Kasler map art 30-by-24 stretched canvases of Africa, North America and Europe ($169 each), all from www.ballarddesigns.com; embellished ikat crooked sham in honey ($35), peacock sham in red ($20), Malton velvet sham in red ($35) and Rambagh woven paisley sham in clay ($25), all from www.pier1.com; glass-and-gold cylinder fillable list lamps ($100 each, www.lampsplus.com).
Pearce three-piece L-shaped sectional with crowd in light wheat ($4,155, www.potterybarn.com).
Driftwood list flare in healthy wood/old iron with beige linen shade ($450, www.lamps plus.com).
Laney sectional in Hondo cream ($1,165, www.home
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