Living Room Pictures From Blog Cabin 2010

A place to gather and reconnect, the living room boasts cozy furnishings, enviable views of the countryside and a stone fireplace topped with the home's original mantel beam.

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Photo By: Jackson Riley Parker

Continuing the color palette of earthy tones, the sofa boasts toasty pecan upholstery. With oversized cushions, rolled arms, turned legs and nailhead trim, the furnishing marries comfort and classic style.

A collection of decorative cushions lends a modern-chic touch. A glass-bead pillow adds shimmer and a touch of glamour.

Blurring the line between indoors and out, 16 feet of windows allow sunlight to stream into the space. Candles in clear-glass hurricanes add sparkle without taking up visual space.

A decorative bowl, filled with daisy heads, perches on the edge of the coffee table. The antique-style nickel and glass serving bowl was selected by online voters as part of a housewarming gift collection that will be presented to the winner of Blog Cabin 2010.

Striking and unexpected, a bamboo, banana bark and rattan wing chair nestles close to the gas fireplace. A button-tufted cushion and embroidered pillow add visual interest.

Dressed up or down, a leather recliner, chosen by online voters, looks smart in the living space. Topped with a glass-bead pillow and paired with a twisted-wood floor lamp and basket-woven magazine rack, the chair provides a spot to relax or catch up on reading.

The contemporary design of an iron-rings floor lamp serves as a foil to classic furnishings.

A vintage tool crate, discovered in the barn, is repurposed as a catchall for books, decorative accents and a bouquet of pussy willows.

Handscraped bamboo floors, chosen by online voters, add a finishing touch. Rather than transitioning to tile floor, the gleaming eco-friendly flooring extends into the kitchen.

A dark-wood side table with hand-painted detailing provides storage and a surface to display reading material.

A double-sided globe desk clock is among the housewarming gifts chosen by online voters for the winner of Blog Cabin 2010. A perfect table topper, the mini time piece features a compass on its flip side.

The room's focal point, the gas fireplace is clad in cultured stone, a surround style chosen by online voters and installed by Josh Temple and the House Crashers crew. The home's original fireplace mantel and a bluestone hearth complete the design.

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