Parisian Living/Dining Room

Parisian influence brings life to this architecturally interesting but color-starved living and dining room.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionJane has a lot of treasured family antiques, which she has supplemented with two modern upholstered chairs. However, the walls are beige, the carpeting is tan and the furniture is brown. She describes her carpeting as "disgusting," so it definitely has to go.
Flight attendant Jane has a very transient lifestyle and has never felt the need to commit to a particular color or style. She has bought her first home and has a lot of treasured family antiques, which she has supplemented with two modern upholstered chairs. However, the walls are beige, the carpeting is tan and the furniture is brown. She is hoping that by putting color in her living and dining room, she can create a sense of familiarity and home. Paris is a favorite destination, so she opts for colors reminiscent of the warm architecture, vibrant culture and rich cuisine found there to transform her own space.
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