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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  • When you buy directly from the artist, not only do you support the artist, but you also save by cutting out the gallery middleman.
  • The designer removed the ribbon from the shades and replaced it with burgundy silk ribbon to coordinate with the other fabric elements in the room.
  • The shadow boxes display old Italian luggage labels, vases and mementos from the Jewetts' travels.
  • The coffee table looks like a well-worn, world-traveled wine crate.
  • The coffee table sides are open and reveal storage for wine bottles.


    • Artwork from Daniel Wooster Studio
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