A Fresh Look

Beautiful living room contemporary shelving plants pictures armchair Chattanooga



This living room seamlessly blends traditional furniture with contemporary colors to create a fresh, transitional look. The sofa’s traditional lines ground the design, while the flaxen-hued woven linen fabric and nail heads add interest and sophistication. The hummingbird throw pillows in coral, blue, and teal add pops of cheer and coordinate with the bright abstract oil painting. The matching leather recliners provide comfortable seating, while their dark teal hue balances well with the lively pillows and draws out the teal in the painting. Another armchair in a multicolor weave of teal, royal blue, and tan blends into a pleasant light green that harmonizes well with the sisal-look nylon area rug. Lastly, the contemporary shelving serves to showcase plants and pictures to create a personal touch, while specially made shades allow in natural light while creating privacy.

Interior design: Chris Stephens, Total Concepts Furniture, Dimension Designs, Inc.

Furniture and décor: Total Concepts Furniture

Photography by Beacon Imagery

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