The green velvet lounge chair has a stable black walnut body. Donna Dufresne DesignBlack walls and totally different wood tones give this living room a masculine edge. Donna Dufresne Designbased in Portland, Oregon decorated the area in traditional midcentury furniture. Next to the black leather lounger is a tree stump end table. The wood mantel breaks up the darkish wall whereas underscoring the cow cranium. The eating table made from walnut, which is a stunning hardwood identified for its energy picks up the walls chocolate brown tones. The mismatched dining chairs in beech add somewhat distinction.
- Add light wood eating sets in an open dwelling space and you convey out the most effective in fashionable design.
- Light-picket furnishings and flooring are as frequent as décor staples come.
- White and cream colors have changed the dark ornamental cabinetry.
The honey-toned wood coordinates superbly not solely with the wall’s caramel tones but …Read More