Positioned below a low ceiling’s white beams and planks, a triangular fireplace opening gave this California home’s bohemian living room an eyecatching look.
Large potted plants were placed on either side of the triangle-shaped fire opening, balancing the angular geometric shape with the natural curves from the green leaves.
In this informal living room from the late 1960s, red was used repeatedly as an accent: in the painting hung on the wall, the flower arrangements, and on Thai silk sofa cushions.
On the steps on the hearth, red pillows even softened the white marble tile — both in looks and in fact.
The luxurious cartridge-tufted sofas had silk and cotton coverings, while boho zebra-patterned decor was used to delightful effect on both rugs and seat covers.