Eclectic Great Room
This great room is filled with bulky furniture creating an awkward layout. See how the room is transformed into an eclectic and open space.
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Comedy writer Billy Grundfest and his wife, Janet, want to change the current design of their great room so that they can enjoy the beautiful canyon views. Their disagreements on design and layout, however, are no laughing matter. Host Susan Hunt chats with the couple about their wants and needs for the room and suggests interior designer Julie Moody to help find the right compromise.
Before the makeover this great room had a poor layout and the couple could not decide how to have the room updated. Now, with the help of Julie Moody this awkward room is turned into a functional space with eclectic touches.
area rug, bamboo shades - Contempo Floor Coverings
bench, sofa, ottomans, pillows, reupholstery - Monte Allen Furniture
fabric for sofa, ottomans, pillows - Jefferey Stevens Fabrics
built-in cabinetry, drawers, armoire - Curtis Varner Furniture Company
Tunga floor lamp, custom coffee table - Civlization
recycled metal panels for fireplace and armoire - Brigham's
Asian sculptures, drums, plates, accessories - Berbere World Imports
custom renderings, drawings - Craig Rizzo
stone for fireplace surround ("Palomino Stone") - Walker Zanger
frame, coasters, mosaic throw - Madison Lane
frames and accessories - Expo Design Center
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