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A selection of unique furniture pieces paired with eye catching artwork add tons of personality to this living room. Set by the window, the stylish contours of the roomy Lindsay 3 seater sofa bring flair to the look. Sleek and stylish, the Rosslyn chest of drawers stands by the wall, the perfect storage companion. The delightfully rustic Yahvi coffee table adds another dimension to the decor, completing the arrangement. A patterned rug and a pair of Savannah pendant lights unite the different elements. 

Living room

Designed to keep your child engaged and motivated, soothing beige tones and sturdy wooden elements are paired up with exciting pop-colored furniture in this pleasing kids room.
Harmonizing with the brick plastered wall, the Dalton study table and the wall unit are placed opposite the Adela single bed, providing enough space for circulation.  
Kids room
 Drawing inspiration from its vibrant accent wall, this exuberant kid's bedroom pairs bright pink and yellow accent pieces with neutral-hued furniture. The sturdy Amelia bed, as well as bedside table, provide essential storage while the elegantly structured Natassia study chair adds a cheerful touch. A splash of colors on the Ikat rug gives the space a sprightly, effervescent feel.  

Kids bedroom
 Get a taste of moonlight magic as you sit down and unwind in this plushly elegant dining room, the perfect setting for cocktails and conversation. The stage is set for memorable meals with the Glanfield six seater dining table and six Lexington dining chairs, all done up in classic white. The graceful curves of the table legs, the distinctive camel back chairs and the exquisite chandelier create an air of pure elegance. The Anvaya tall and medium lattice cabinets add a sprinkling of rustic charm and provide storage space for cutlery, chinaware and decor accents. Soft lighting and a fluffy rug on the hardwood floor bring warmth and personality.
Dining room

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