For Domino’s Megan West, the head of brand and creative studio, the past year has had her longing for an open-format living room that would celebrate unencumbered living, from reading and relaxing to connecting with friends. Drawing inspiration from the Eames Case Study House 8 and Ray Kappe’s residence, both in Los Angeles, West shares her most calming living room picks, in her own words.
I dream of one day owning a cabinet with these scalloped pulls to hold my vinyl collection.
Every space needs a touch of nature, and blown-glass vessels are begging for an ikebana arrangement.
Bound by a single brass wire, this pendant light’s woven bamboo shade forms an organic arch that couldn’t be more timeless.
See the Light
Add to the wabi-sabi vibe with unlacquered brass switches that will mellow with age.
This French oak armchair is a sculptural blank canvas for showing off my love of patterned textiles.
A Place to Land
A customizable sectional in a lush moss green shade is the perfect contrast to textured walls.
This mattress is a contemporary (and hypoallergenic!) take on the stacks of floor pillows at the Eames House.
Colleen Herman’s earthy palettes with pops of modern colors are a year-round mood boost.
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