This view of the living room shows influences from the 1930s and 1940s,
with an old-fashioned cubbyhole desk in the right corner and Thomas
O'Brien lighting fixtures, which have a warm brass patina, from
Circa Lighting. If you're wondering what's hanging on the wall above
the desk, it's part of an old airplane tailpiece, a nod to Seeley's
past. Clearly, the eclectic look is in.
"A lot of people go into
one store and buy a set of matching sofa, love seat and chair," Megan
says. "Here, texture is important, and the furniture works together, but
you wouldn't think they all came from the same store. That's a big
"I think it's important to buy things for your home
that you love and that speak to you. Picking out pieces here and there
for an eclectic look might mean going to a flea market for a bit of
Americana. Just stay true to the look you want and be patient about
filling in the room over time."