Cottage Living Style

First Impressions 
The front door opens directly into the living room, a common arrangement in compact mid-century homes. To accommodate traffic, McMillan arranged the living room as a pass-though, with the family room at the back of the house serving for
Tria Giovan; Stylist: Rebecca Hawkins

First Impressions

The front door opens directly into the living room, a common arrangement in compact mid-century homes. To accommodate traffic, McMillan arranged the living room as a pass-through, with the family room at the back of the house serving for family gatherings and entertaining. The soft folds of drapery panels add dimension to a “big, blank wall” behind the desk. The hide-covered vintage stools add contrast to the French gilt chairs.

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