The home of Chantal and HarryTransitional Living Room, Amsterdam

Photo: Holly Marder © 2013 Houzz
Design: Atelier de Chantal

Inspiration for a traditional living room in Amsterdam. —  Houzz
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Victoria Harrison added this to My Houzz: Light and Bright in an Amsterdam High-Rise26 May 2014

Though both of European origin, Dolman and Dussouchaud prefer open living plans more commonly found in the U.S., something they found in their Amsterdam high-rise. ‘The apartment had everything we were looking for,’ Dussouchaud says. ‘It had plenty of natural light, and it’s extremely convenient.’A lot of the apartment’s furnishings are roadside finds that Dussouchaud had reupholstered. The two regal armchairs in the formal seating area were salvaged from the side of the road in Los Angeles. Though her husband was reluctant to bring them home, Dussouchaud saw through the tired fabric and had them reupholstered. What was once an antique mannequin now works perfectly as a coffee stand between the two chairs.Smaller armchair: Ektorp, Ikea

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heatherj800 added this to heatherj800's ideas18 May 2015

floor to ceiling drapes and combo of wing backs and ekthorp Ikea chair

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