Tuscan Living Room

Bringing a Tuscan decor into a small space can be a challenge, but color and design innovations are key. See where to find inexpensive original art and how to build a multifunctional table with a rustic flair.

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Young professionals Kristy and Matt Jewett are living in their first apartment and want to do away with the college-kid vibe. Their furniture is a collection of hand-me-downs and inexpensive finds with a few favored pieces mixed in. They love the lively colors and warm wood tones that they discovered on a recent trip to Italy and want to bring similar touches into their new home.

The Dilemma
The living room/dining room is very small and full of secondhand college furniture. The couple recently refinished their dining room table and chairs and like the dark wood tone. The other contemporary light-wood furniture and cheap lamp can definitely go. However, their framed print of an Italian cityscape hanging over the fireplace inspires a warm Tuscan color scheme.

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