Simple decor simply worked for the living room in a vintage A-frame house

living room in a vintage A-frame house
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A dramatic peaked ceiling and window wall were the most striking features of the living room in a vintage A-frame house.

On the window blinds, an autumn-colored floral print on white alternated with solid white blinds to add interest and warmth to living room.

All of the window coverings could be opened or closed independently. The room’s central window shades (three of the four are shown here) could be rolled all the way up to allow for the maximum view when looking out.

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Jumbo ball fringe decoratively accented the shades and as well as the table cover. Another decor note: the outer side of the shades were colored blue to match the home’s exterior.

The low cafe curtains were hung from the windowsill to the floor on a gold-colored rod. Those short curtains covered the glass enough to allow for privacy from the ground level, but could be pulled back when desired.

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