H&H Design Challenge: One Sectional, Two Looks!
Get inspired to transform your living room. Watch to see how design editors Jennifer Koper and Kai Ethier each created a beautiful living room vignette using a comfortable grey modular sectional from Elte MKT as the anchor piece. Kai’s global bohemian approach mixes rich hues with textured floor cushions, a handwoven rope coffee table and oversized art. Jen’s soft modern look combines a black cane chair with a floating wood coffee table, striking black and white art, and pale pink walls. Discover how the customizable sofa works with a variety of interior design styles. Note: the contest associated with this video ended on December 31, 2018.
Presented by Elte MKT.
SOURCE GUIDE | Sectional collection. | Jen’s Look: Culver coffee table, Darlow armless chair, Crane LED floor lamp, Offset Globe table lamp, 2nd Life Beige rug, Bali pillow, velvet two-tone pillow, Lira filled candle, solid throw, smoked glass vase, concrete box, Into The Woods art. Books: Streets of New York, Dennis Hopper Photographs, Generation Wealth, Light on New York City, The History of Graphic Design, Humans of New York. | Kai’s Look: Boyd coffee table, Beni 3894 pink rug, Neighbourhood candle, concrete candleholder, basketweave throw in citrine, velvet pillows, printed pillows, Kilim floor pillows, lidded jar in rose, stone resin tray, Ferns Left and Ferns Right art. Books: Living in Style Paris, Living in Style Amsterdam, Dutch Interior Design.
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Release Date: October 17, 2018
Featuring: Jennifer Koper, Kai Ethier
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