Mountain Lodge Living Room

The Color Splash team transforms an all-wood living room into a color-rich mountain lodge retreat.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionWith a mountain lodge theme much work had to be done to the fireplace to make it the main focal point.
A fireplace is almost always the focal point of a room, but in a mountain lodge, it must be. So, the bland brick is covered by stunning stones to reinforce the lodge motif. These stones are actually made of concrete to look like river rocks. They brighten the room with tones of gray, orange, tan and even purple. When choosing stone color for your room, pay close attention to your surroundings. A great complement to a dark and warm room is a stone color that's light with cool tones in it.

Bromstad and color/design assistant Danielle Hirsch shop for furniture and find a tan suede sofa. They want more color than what's provided by the brown pillows that come with the sofa, so they recover them with the same vivid striped fabric that's on the window seat cushion. The reds, oranges and rust match the southwest-style rug that they find, too.

Product Information:

striped fabric – Poppy Fabric
couch, wooden twist bench, twig floor lamp, Cheyenne horn table – Z Gallerie
rug (item #000000370490), 6x9 Pushba wool (item # 000000361102) – Cost Plus World Market
faux stone for fireplace (Stream Stone) – Owens Corning Cultured Stone

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