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This would be a GREAT teenage girl 'hang out' space, where both Mom & Dad could sit comfortably... All you'd need if there's 1 boy would be a charcoal leather chair, replacing 1 chair of this pair of pink chairs!

This would be a GREAT teenage girl 'hang out' space, where both Mom & Dad could sit comfortably. All you'd need if there's 1 boy would be a charcoal leather chair, replacing 1 chair of this pair of pink chairs!

Living Room  Remodel   Living  Transitional by Talbot Cooley

Living Room Remodel Living Transitional by Talbot Cooley

A Match Made in Heaven: Stripes + Florals via shopstelladallas.com/blog

Lilly Pulitzer for Lee Jofa It all started from a juice stand in Palm Beach. For 50 years, Lilly Pulitzer has created brightly colored designs for fashion and accessories. Her prints and colors continue to inspire all “to lead a

Pale pink walls add a feminine touch.

In Chloe’s den, a Barbara Barry for Henredon sectional topped with custom pillows is backed by walls painted Philip’s Perfect Colors’ Dusk. Pink is one of the sweetly traditional shades that makes an appearance in many a Chloe project.

Central Park Penthouse

Living room in a New York penthouse with coffered ceiling, wood floor and a view of Central Park

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Hurndale Residence Living TraditionalNeoclassical Transitional by Meredith Heron Design

1. Hanging art at your eye level. According to designer Vern Yip, you should actually hang wall art 60 inches above the floor, which is the average eye level of all people. This makes the display pleasing for all people who enter, not just you.

11 Home Decor Mistakes That Make Designers Cringe

Hanging art at your eye level. According to designer Vern Yip, you should actually hang wall art 60 inches above the floor, which is the average eye level of all people. This makes the display pleasing for all people who enter, not just you.

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