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We admit it， we think leopard is a neutral! It’；s a chic pattern that can go anywhere， anytime. We love the way it punctuates the gold and black furniture and accessory pieces in this living room.outdoor cushion covers
Firstpersonalized christmas ornaments， we started with a comfy sectional (our Baldwin 3-Piece Sectional) in our signature Off-White Twill fabric. We dotted the sofa with throw pillows in our Leo Brownand Courtney Peacock fabrics. A deep teal velvet like our Signature Velvet is a great complement to the fabrics we’；ve used so far.
Next we started bringing in small furniture pieces like our Emeline Side Table and an X-Bench in Leo Brown. The Emeline Side Table has a gorgeous antique gold finish that brings some glamour to the room， and the x-bench is super functional. Use it as an extra side table， prop your feet up on it， or use itas an extra seat when guests are over.
No room is complete without a couple touches of black， and our Lourdes Mirror is a super chic way to bring in black. It looks especially fabulous next to the finish of the gold side table!
Finally， we brought in some lighting pieces， like our Laurenza Rectangular Chandelier and our Bamboo Mercury Glass Table Lamp.
What do you think of this space？ And do you agree that leopard is a neutral？
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