Mod, Feminine Living Room
Mid-century modern meets girly softness in this living room redo by designer Hillary Thomas.
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February 04, 2015
Mix of Styles
Designer Hillary Thomas mixes mid-century modern and contemporary furnishings for an eclectic, relaxed look. The homeowner wanted the space to feel more feminine, so Thomas also brings in soft blues, relaxed leathers, tufting and floral fabrics.
The walls are painted a creamy white to lighten the space. Dark ebony paneled ceilings contrast with the walls, while also defining and bringing a coziness to the glass-filled room.
Contemporary side tables flank a neutral sofa in this eclectic living room. Tall lamps add height to the space, which features low, casual furniture.
Thomas fell in love with the floral Christopher Farr fabric that she turned into bench cushions for the fireplace and used it as inspiration for designing the entire space. Stacks of books and accessories add a collected look to the room.
A pair of elegant club chairs are paired with a stunning piece of original artwork for a calm sitting area.
At the entrance of the open living area, Thomas creates a small vignette with a simple table, pretty accessories and portrait artwork.