The Perfect Room: Shop This Mix-Master Manhattan Living Room

Leah Bourne
The Perfect Room: Shop This Mix-Master Manhattan Living Room
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We’ll be the first to admit it, we are a little obsessed with interior designer Eric Cohler. Nicknamed the “mixmaster,” Cohler has an expert eye when it comes with playing with color and various styles.
Case in point, this Manhattan living room designed for Susan G. Komen Foundation Showhouse. Both elegant, and unpretentious, it doesn’t look like it trying to hard (and can’t you just imagine sitting on one of those settees with a martini in hand). Here, the key tips to bring the look into your own home.
Pops of Color. Add a bold pop of color to your living space. This mustard couch is both unexpected and just about perfect. The color is surprising versatile in this graphic room.
Go Graphic. Graphic pillows and oversized black and white photos give this room a fun edge.
Mix and Match Styles. Don’t’ be afraid to mix and match styles. Louis XIV inspired settees pair perfectly with a mod plexiglass coffee table and end tables.
Scroll though the gallery above to shop the room!

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Shop this room a mix of antiques, black and white photos, and mod details, created by interior designer Eric Cohler. 

Jonathan Adler Lampert sofa in stockholk canary ($3,195,

Variety of Assouline coffee table books (from $75,

Signed Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow portrait at Truman Capote's Black and White Ball by Harry Benson for sale at the Staley Wise Gallery (price on request,

West Elm Everett upholstered sofa in basketweave flax ($1,099,

Lands' End Supima cotton blanket in navy ($109,

Trina Turk Greek Key pillow ($110,

Cal Lighting BO-903FL craftman wrought iron pennyfoot iron floor lamp in matt black ($128.28,

1920s English Pond sail boat with stand from Thomas Jolly Antiques ($650,

CB2 Peekaboo clear coffee table ($279,

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