The upstairs living area, decorated in earth tones, wood grain and warm hues, is the perfect hideaway for TV-watching, reading or a quick nap.
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Interior designer Linda Woodrum carried the green-and-brown color palette used on the first floor into this room and paired it with a warm orange, which she highlighted in the fabrics and accessories.
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