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Title: The Interior Gallery | Inspiring Living Room Decorating Ideas

Inspiring Living Room Decorating Ideas
Display a Great Collection on a Dining Room Table
  • In the living room of an Atlanta house by
    designer Beth Webb, an elm plank table from
    Clubcu, which often doubles as a dining table,
    dramatically displays a collection of Chinese
    porcelains. "The pieces don't have to match, but
    they do have to play together well," Webb says.

Hang an Interior Curtain
  • In the kitchen of the same Atlanta house, a
    linen curtain runs on a track spanning the room
    and can be pulled "to conceal the mess of
    preparation," Webb says. Steel-and-glass
    casements frame views of the pool and garden. KWC
    Gastro faucet.

Mix and Match Your Bedding
  • We call this 'the sailor room,' because we went
    all out with the nautical theme," designer Ken
    Folk says of a bedroom in his Massachusetts
    vacation house. "The mix-and-match nature of the
    patterns and faded batik prints make it feel like
    it's a collection of old textiles brought back
    from a journey at sea.

Paint an Inexpensive Piece of Furniture White
  • This Kansas City house's dining room, a
    former loggia, is "light, bright, and airy,"
    homeowner and designer Zima Loy says. "I
    accomplished that with lots of white paint." She
    bought a beat-up old 60 table at an estate sale
    and gave it a fresh new look by the painting the
    base high-gloss white.

Cover a Wall with Plates
  • Loy discovered Hacker ware on eBay
    "there's tons of it, and it's so cheap!" and
    started collecting it for the dining room.
    Covering the whole wall with plates has the same
    effect as "one big piece of art."

Reupholster Furniture with Old Curtains
  • Everything in this room has a story Designer
    podgy bone says of the her Hamptons cottages
    living room. the Easy chair is covered in my old
    dining room curtains, a designers guild fabric
    they no longer make

Give The Room A Cheery Accent Color
  • A bright Yellow throw and fresh flowers to
    flip an otherwise tame blue and white color
    scheme on this head

Mix-and-Match Chairs
  • Swap out your formal chairs (in this case,
    bright blue and green ones) for a few rustic
    metal ones. Designer Ramsay Gourd did this to
    create a more casual atmosphere in the dining

Paint Only Half the Wall
  • Half of the wall means half of the time,
    right? Here, gray creeps up to the middle, while
    the rest remains white, creating a subtle, yet
    super stylish statement.

Add Pops of Color to Open Shelves
  • Designer Kelie Grosso opted for open
    shelving in this kitchen, which allows for fast
    and easy decor changes. Blue accents stand out
    against a neutral palette and makes us wonder
    just how dramatic (and stunning) more even
    brightly-colored dinnerware would look.

Turn Your Floors Blue
  • Can you imagine how simple (read boring)
    this bathroom looked before it had a bright blue
    floor? The quick change by designer Kari McCabe
    allows the tub to take center stage and makes us
    want to soak in there all day long.

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