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Frilly and Fabulous

Frilly and Fabulous

Sometimes you want a space that showcases your personality like your favorite garment. If you are the kind of person who enjoys wearing something flamboyant, you might want to "try on" some glam style for your space. Think luxe materials like fur, velvet, and gold. They won't just look good in your ensemble but will look fab in your living room too.

Modern Black and White Living Room

Modern Black and White Living Room

This black and white living room exudes class with its sleek modern sectional and curated gallery wall! Neutral spaces don't have to fall flat; it's all about the textures. Try pairing a modern sofa with an array of throw pillows, or juxtaposing a woven rug with a sleek marble coffee table. The variety of texture makes this living room cozy and dynamic!

Brass makes it all Glam

Brass makes it all Glam

This glam living room is a mix of a classic velvet sofa, paired with accent furniture that captures the luxury aesthetic. Brass accents, marble tabletops, and a plethora of pillows make for a space that begs you to stay in and pamper yourself. The neutral theme makes the space more calming.

Mid Century Living Room In Neutral Palete

Mid Century Living Room In Neutral Palete

Neutral tones come together with mid-century style perfectly. Trees and plants bring in green accents and add a natural touch to the living room. The Hopson Sectional combines style and comfort, used with a kid-friendly coffee table.

California Casual Living Room

California Casual Living Room

This living room is a welcoming gathering spot with an open layout that’s unfussy, rooted in comfort, and suffused with light. We worked in beachy accents, organic touches, and rustic elements that emphasize relaxed living (think seagrass-wrapped chairs, stone tables, and a hefty chandelier).

Hollywood Regency Glam Style Living Room

Hollywood Regency Glam Style Living Room

In this Hollywood Regency living room, you'll find furniture with vintage forms—like a rolled-arm chesterfield sofa—but in updated upholstery, like a luxe velvet. Curved forms and tufting are perfect in a Hollywood Regency-style room.The symmetrical layouts help add to the formality of this style, while pops of brass add warmth and a sense of luxury.

Relaxed Minimalist Maximalist Sitting Area

Relaxed Minimalist Maximalist Sitting Area

For this living area furniture we used sculptural upholstery and beautifully crafted contemporary pieces to create a dynamic look. We also mixed dramatically different shapes shapes and materials in the same space to play up the sense of drama.

Understated Overstated

Understated Overstated

This glam living room makes the most out of a small space! Statement oversized art in a bright color palette behind the sofa draws the eye up to a gold leaf chandelier, which brings tons of drama to the space. Shimmery metallics, marble, velvet, and faux fur are also evident in the space to glam it up.

Intimate Conversational Seating

Intimate Conversational Seating

Have a small nook in your house you aren't quite sure what to do with? This elegant seating area is the perfect solution. It’s a great spot to relax after a long day, read a book, or converse with friends when they come over!

Neutral Glam Living

Neutral Glam Living

This room is a classic example of Hollywood glam inspired design. Brass accents, faux fur pillows, velvet chairs, and coffee and side tables, peppering in marble to create an air of comfort in luxury. The subtle neutral palette makes the space more elegant.

Fun Bright Glam

Fun Bright Glam

This fun colorful living room is classically glam. With elegant gold accents, sleek and smooth furniture, a marble-topped coffee table, statement art, and a faux-fur ottoman, it hits all the notes! Everything works together to create a bold yet elevated space.

A Living Room Filled With Soothing Pastels

A Living Room Filled With Soothing Pastels

Pinks and peaches fill this living room with pastel tones for a soft and welcoming color palette. If you have sloped ceilings that make hanging art a bit challenging, try using pieces on the floor for height! A mid-century arched lamp draws the eye up and a leaning piece of wall art on the ground adds color and personality to the design. 

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