When you have an unobstructed view of the Rocky Mountains as your backdrop, basic goes out the window. For Houston-based designer Lucinda Loya, this space (don’t call it a living room—it’s so much more than that) was all about taking inspiration from the natural landscape to foster a welcoming environment full of texture, warmth, and soothing neutrals. A gallery of art and stunning brass stalactite-esque pendants greet guests as they come in, and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace offers bench seating for extra friends (or pets) to perch. An oversize sectional with an extended backless chaise (Loya has one just like it in her own house), covered in a no-nonsense performance fabric, supplies the perfect spot for working from home, lounging with family, or watching the sunset.
Windows: Marvin. Wallcoverings: Phillip Jeffries. Lighting: Circa Lighting. Entry surround, benches, and fireplace: Caesarstone. Entry console: Studio Greytak. Rug: Retorra. Case goods: Aronson Woodworks. Upholstery: Rooster Socks Furniture. Wood flooring: Jamie Beckwith. Artwork: commissioned by the Weingarten Art Group. Computer table: Ferrell Mittman. Blue paint: Benjamin Moore. White paint: Sherwin-Williams. For a full list of resources, click here
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