Living room

Before and after: a room three years later

Until now, the “before and after” we have seen correspond to radical changes when in our homes the rooms are changing little by little. When we move we try to live with the right and as we save or find furniture that we fall in love we are changing them. What you have on these lines is a room six months after a move, and what I'm going to show you is how it looks the room three years later.

What horrifies me most about the “before” image is patchwork blanket that you have on the right of the image. The truth is that nothing hits me with the rest of the decoration and even makes me forget the carpet for a moment. Among the successes, I love the stove on the corner and I think fun the solution that the chairs are like those of the school although I don't know if I would put them in my house.

As you can see, in the "after" we no longer have the horrible patchwork blanket and yes a metal showcase similar to those in hospitals that gives the room an industrial look. Another change that would stand out would be the chairs that have been changed by some Eames that I like much more although I would have bet on more vivid colors.

The carpet of the floor is not one of the great successes although it seems to me well as a transitory solution. I like that they have kept the Arco lamp, although I prefer them for a gathering area rather than for a dining room or a meeting room. Do we accept the change or would we improve it?

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