Traditional, Yet Modern Living Room

These homeowners' nights and weekends have been devoured by their ambitious total home remodel. Using color for inspiration, host David Bromstad puts the living back into their living room.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA small space with oversized furniture can look overcrowded; painting the walls the same color as the furniture makes it feel more spacious.

While Bromstad doesn't usually like to place furniture in front of a window because it blocks the view, the dimensions and functional aspects of this room require it in this case. He prefers to position couches opposite the fireplace, but the Whites don't want their flat-screen TV to be located above the fireplace. The compromise works pretty well, thanks to that alcove.

Product Information

paint: wall (HC-43 Tyler Taupe) – Benjamin Moore
paint: accent wall – Danielle’s custom color
amber light vase (item #120825742), brown thistle globe flowers (item #551124274), black leather espresso ottoman (item #011757018) – Z Gallerie
Serena white/glass ball table lamps (item #21556820 – Pier 1 Imports
silver curtain rods (item #9604202503, #9604202498) – Bed, Bath & Beyond
brown/creme hounds tooth checked fabric – Britex Fabrics
area rug (Artworks Collection, Plum Blossom) – Karastan

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