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Photography by Creative Revolver

An array of fabrics, metals, tiles, and colors were methodically mixed to create this mid-century traditional living area. The fireplace’s stacked ceramic tilework and chunky shelf mantel weave mid-century charm into the space, while the stained-wood TV wall, crafted with a nickel gap application, reminds guests that this is a family room first and foremost. With its unusual shape, the ceiling’s brass light fixture is an unexpected choice that immediately draws attention. Serving as a springboard for the accompanying furniture, two accent chairs featuring geo diamond fabric and black metal bases are a modern selection that boasts both livability and a touch of glamour. Nearby, the lush bench-style leather ottoman feels at home among the room’s velvet upholstery fabrics and nubby-textured throw pillows. A neutral palette with pops of deep blue and green – inspired by the home’s location on Chickamauga Lake – complements the natural elements found throughout the space for an irresistibly stylish finish.

Interior design: Lindsey Frost, Frost Designs, Inc.

Draperies: Frost Designs, Inc.

Artwork: Mango’s Décor & Co.

Automatic roller shades: High Country Drapery Designs

Furniture: Fowler Brothers Co.

Lighting: Ferguson

Rug: The Rug Rack

Tile flooring and fireplace surround: Louisville Tile

Trim: Interior Trim & Supply, Inc.

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