In the large living room of this Alabama home designed by architect Paul Bates and interior designed Melanie Pounds, a landscape diptych by Michael Dines hangs over a carved European mantel . Equally ample upholstered furnishings are clad in arresting colors and patterns, together with cherry-red velvet and the sofa’s block-printed linen . Plaster and marble objects, together with an over-the-top amphora lamp, echo the colour and classical tone of the original ceiling moldings.
At the middle of the living room, a linen sofa (Gregorius
Designer Beth Webb filled the living room with an opulent sofa (Mrs. Howard) upholstered in delicate wool (Holland & Sherry) to offer the resting spot after dinner in the adjoining eating room. The star of this room is the magnificent wallcovering by Iksel Decorative Arts that envelopes the space in European seaside glamour. Elegant tailor-made-pleat material fabricated by The Shade Store gave the room a romantic, dreamy feel. The history of La Fiorentina was superbly continued by way of this inviting, serene residing space that evoked the same informal magnificence and style. Several of the pillows have been crafted with fabrics the owners picked up on their travels. The custom sofa was a marriage present from fellow architect Bobby McAlpine.
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