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Southern Comfort: The design contains a convenient open living area anchored with comfortable upholstered pieces and light sisal rugs, rather than the Oriental carpets topped with heavy, wood-framed settees that are more often associated with strict Mediterranean Revival style. A sisal rug by Stark Carpet anchors a coffee table from A. Tyner Antiques and tight-back upholstered sofas from South of Market, both in Atlanta. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s China White.

great window seat - said we'd do this forever. Puts some specifics to my thoughts..........

color on textiles with neutral base - - - i wonder if we could pull off curtains like that in our living room ??

I'm afraid I'm really going to need this adorable little window bench so I can read while waiting on food to cook

I die for window seats... love it... to set with a cup of coffee and look out the window at the snow or on a rainy day or curl up with a good book... nice

Arabesque black cement tiles, unusual sphere pendant, loft windows, bistro chairs and bud vase. love!

I could enjoy many a peaceful afternoon sitting here.... (Photo Felix Forest via The Design Files)

beautiful window seat by Herlong & Associates :: Coastal Architects, Charleston, South Carolina

even though we don't really have attics where I'm from this is a wonderful use of lighting as a focal point and this concept could be used for any small, confined space. ♥

Decorate your wreath with items that have meaning for you, such as the collection of hotel silver flatware and a creamer used to decorate this wreath for a kitchen window.

I dream of the Cote D'azure, d'Azure, D'Azure