Maybe you’ve seen it already… I just did.
And it was interesting.
Aside from the several trends that I’ve had my eye on…. the bold stripe, the convex mirror, the artfully arranged art – this post also appealed to the design process that we are undergoing with Bregan, in selecting a couch. Bregan gave us several examples of sofas both tufted and clean as a whistle. Here is a woman who traded her tufted for clean lines… See the Old and The New
I’m guessing that Sarah will like the new and improved livingroom more than the first. I feel that the new arrangement and the clean lines offer a more timeless appeal… but I can’t help but be drawn to the the casual thrown together quality of the first room with its mixed rich textures.
It’s a dichotomy that I think about quite a bit when making my own decisions for decorating. Without choice, I live with a cluttered sense of temporariness in my decor, shifting between ideas….Â if I had no limitations of budget or time to work and rework my living space, would it be any different, or would I pull together cohesive rooms with timeless appeal?
This was a fun exercise. I’d love to see more banging ass Former Domino Decoration Editor’s places undergoing a revamp.
What are your thoughts?
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