Tianna Sargent. interior. May 26th , 2017.
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On the second floor, the floor-to-ceiling patio door and a skylight on one side both allow light to bound in. The central staircase is open so there no hallway walls close off the light. (Only simple white handrails mirror the geometry of the split floor layout.) And, the wood ceilings and interior windows make it seem as spacious and wondrous to look up as it is to look down.
For book lovers, a cozy reading nook can serve as this serene spot. A large, comfortable leather chair, reading light, and side table to hold the drink of your choice is the perfect recipe for relaxation.
When designing a room, it's important to realize that very few styles are truly revolutionary. Most of the time, what we see as current style actually takes cues from design movements of years – and sometimes even centuries – past. Truly timeless spaces incorporate inspiration from looks that have stood the test of time and still remain popular.
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