Classic Modern Family Room Design

I am sharing the family room of a Florida e-design, which is the third and final space in this project.  You can read about the other two spaces that I worked on in these posts:

ROOM PHOTOS

Note: The homeowner replaced the old tile with hardwood floors at the onset of the project, so the before photos may reflect the change.

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CAD Interiors online interior e-design virtual design decorating mood board
CAD Interiors online interior e-design virtual design decorating mood board

FLOOR PLAN

The client had previously purchased a large modular sectional (shown in before photos) that was staying in the room.  Since the sectional was modular, I was able to reconfigure it to work with the floor plan.

Old configuration:
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New configuration:
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DESIGN PLAN

Like the dining room, the living room is right off the entry and is immediately visible  when you enter the house.  It is a lived-in space that is used every single day by the entire family; therefore, it needs to withstand daily "wear and tear" from adults, kids, and pets alike.


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To help offset the "heaviness" of the dark gray sectional, I introduced colorful art and coordinating accent pillows in "brighter" colors.  One of the colors that the homeowner was drawn to was teal, so I started by sourcing a statement art piece that incorporated teal and other complimentary colors.  Design Tip:  An inspiration piece, like art or a patterned rug, is a good starting point when working on a design scheme.

Incorporating contrast accent pieces - such as the lucite side table, ivory accent chair, and  black/cream rug - will also help to visually lighten up the space.  Lighting and storage/display needs were also addressed.

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LONG-TERM PLAN

A custom built-in unit is planned for the wall where the television is placed.  A console that spans a major length of the television wall was sourced as an interim storage solution.  A staircase remodel is also something that is under consideration.  As a courtesy, I provided the homeowner with a simplified, more modern staircase concept that could work with the existing design elements.

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