Living Room. Published at Sunday, June 18th 2017, 14:45:46 PM by Rillie Schneider.
The house designed by Dualchas Architects in Skye, Scotland has twp social areas separated from the kitchen and the dining area by purple wall dividers. One is a bit larger and the other and serves as the main living space. It has a white corner sectional, open shelves and a colorful striped area rug that coordinates a bit with the colors visible through the glass wall.
The layout of this living room designed by Clairoux is a bit odd. A single seating unit is placed at the center of the space and the walls are covered with open shelves. The positioning of the window is quite curious as well.
A dramatic and chic spiral staircase becomes a décor element in the living room of the 17BR-House by ONG&ONG. The staircase maximizes vertical circulation and allows the social spaces to expand. To compensant for the lack of windows and natural light in this particular area of the house, the designers painted the walls white and used subtle accent lighting.
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