Living the American dream

Posted on Mon, 9 Feb 2015 by midcenturyjo

Understated elegance with a play of pattern and texture tempered by fresh whites. Obvious attention to detail. At times eclectic but rooted in tradition. Think crisp white sheets with monogrammed pillows, showcase wallpaper in the powder room, dramatic den and a sea of white cabinetry and stone in the kitchen. Family living just so. Sophisticated but comfortable. For someone on the other side of the world this seems the American dream. By interior design firm J.K. Kling Associates.

michele says:

As someone who lives in the US I do not like this at all. There's no charm or creativity. It looks too "perfect" and designed. Where's the personality? I'll take an imperfect French interior any day. To me, this is actually not sophisticated at all.

Ruth says:

I love the art, and that's all. As an American, I wouldn't be comfortable in any of these rooms. Reeks of ill-gotten money.

Elizabeth says:

I love the mix of wallpaper, textures, and colors. I think they did a fabulous job!

KP says:

The designs really speak to me. The color ways are not so overcrowded, and look peaceful to live with. Thanks so much for sharing, I plan to lighten my space similar to the first couple of piccies.

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