A Traditional Living Room With 1930s Glamor
Inspired by the prewar architecture in New York City, designer Grace Castaneda created a sophisticated living room influenced by 1930s interiors.
Grace stuck to an elegant, muted palette with soft shades of green, coral and pink, and hits of brass. She created a seating area with a pair of scroll-arm sofas, ’30s-style armchairs and a glamorous painted coffee table with a brass base. Pretty floral motifs were used on the throw pillows and the wall art flanking the fireplace. Over in the foyer, classic black and white checkered floors add a distinct ’30s feel, and ornate accessories reference the era while remaining modern.
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Release Date: March 2, 2016
Featuring: Grace Castaneda
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