I have a dilemma at the COCOCOZY Design House that I am renovating. The living room is extremely long and I couldn’t find the right placement for things because the layout makes furniture arrangement difficult.
That is until I recently found this long living room designed by Amanda Barnes Interiors and shot by Alyssa Rosenheck. This design works out the space just fine. Love the two long dueling pale pink velvet sofas mirroring each other at one end and the seating group at the other with leather and brass chairs and a fiddle leaf fig.
This design makes great use of the space in a long living room. Light and airy, this is definitely an inspiration for my reno project decor. Thank you Amanda and Alyssa!
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Work on the COCOCOZY Design House continues.
Next step — lighting! This has been THE single most difficult design decision for this house by far. Lucky for me, Lamps Plus came on board to help me solve the dilemma. As one of our fabulous anchor partners in the COCOCOZY Design House project, Lamps Plus offered to give me lighting for all areas. Wait, what? All rooms and outdoor! Again, what?! All lighting! Yes.
Lamps Plus does have some brands they make themselves like Possini, Franklin Ironworks, 360 Lighting, John Timberland, and a few more… but in addition to those, they carry tens and tens of thousands of lights from other brands. I whittled down my selection after several visits to two different Lamps Plus stores here in Los Angeles. This was a real exercise in decision making!
Taking a quick break from the COCOCOZY Design House craziness for a Laurel Canyon home tour!
I lived just east of Laurel Canyon for such a long time, so this one hits home for me. I love the rustic nature of living in the hills above Los Angeles. One of my favorite things is finding a really refined spaced in the midst of the windy roads. This grand 1925 Mediterranean-style mansion belonging to interior designer Brigette Romanek and her husband Mark is quite fantastic. It is a 2800-square-metre untraditional family home (previously owned by legendary music producer Rick Rubin) that has true California refinement and obvious musical history.
Let’s take a peek (below)!
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Time for another micro makeover!
I found these iron chairs at the Long Beach flea market years and years ago. I can’t remember exactly, but let’s say they were $100 for the pair. They were purple and pretty beaten up, but had great lines.
With a little love and inspiration from my favorite Casamidy, I was able to get these chair living room ready!
Take a look at the transformation (below).
It truly is the little things that make life happy. A view of my living room embracing the morning light!
Every morning when I wake up, walk down the stairs and see this morning light in my living room, I am filled with such great joy! It’s easy to start the day with a positive mind when greeted with such a cheerful and bright glow.
The past few years have been a roller coaster for me (to say the least) — and I’m feeling extremely grateful to have found this Spanish style Beverly Hills house after making the difficult decision to sell my tiny little cottage in the Hollywood Hills.
The radiance in this special spot of my “home for now” reminds me to embrace all the newness that comes with this next chapter!
A perfectly appointed New York City living room is my focus today. My talented dear friend A.Ro. sent me this photo of her cute dog Maddox in her West Village living room in NYC. A.Ro. is a creative executive at a major fashion brand. Love her style. She recently re-decorated her New York City apartment. She changed out everything except her dog, Maddox the beautiful black and white Papillon, and her navy COCOCOZY Logo Throw. So glad the blue and white throw from my collection made the cut. I actually think it is wonderful added touch with the fab tufted navy blue sofa, clear lucite waterfall coffee table, the blue over-dyed rug, and the natural exposed brick adding architectural charm. Nice.