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Friday, March 13, 2009

Not so neutral living rooms

Apartment Therapy.

Australian House & Garden.

Desire to Inspire.

Architectural Digest.

Rees Roberts Design.

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10 comments:

M said...

Pretty! Love the fire place in the first picture.

nkp said...

The sense of space and scale in the first image is pretty amazing. And I seriously heart those twin lounges from Australian House and Garden...mmmm I need me some of those!

Alexis said...

Uch. My living room is a jumble of children's things and furniture with magic marker on it. I can't wait until they grow up so I can be civilized!

susieq said...

I could move right into the top house. Adore the spaciousness. My own ranchypoo low ceilings are closing in on me...

erin@designcrisis said...

Yes, I want those high ceilings and more sunlight please!

It's soooo dark and dreary outside here.

hmstrjam said...

but where are the neutral felt rocks or doilyed plants?

Pam Kersting said...

I love them all, but I think I would like them better if they had a bright splash of color somewhere. But that probably would ruin the effect, ayy?

*moggit girls said...

We love it all!

citysage said...

I am ALL about the woven leather chair in the foreground of that second to last shot. it's like a bottega veneta handbag spun a cocoon and emerged as a piece of furniture. and what could be better than that?

Raina said...

Nothing could be better, CitySage. Bottega does make furniture, but I do not know if that chair is from the collection.

Studio Annetta did a fab write-up on some of the pieces:

http://www.studioannetta.com/2007/08/bottega-veneta-home.html