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Neutral walls with towering ceilings are grounded with color from the contemporary Tibetan rug and artwork along with punches of accent colors on pillows. The room is visually divided into both a sitting area and entertainment area; balance for the room is achieved by the weight of the piano which is both aesthetically pleasing as well as functional in the space. Upstairs, the Arts Institute students were creating a room specifically designed for a child with ADHD which emphasized music as a calming feature. A shadow of notes from the balcony railing spilled out into the living room creating a beautiful melody for the eyes and bringing the space. Extraneous furniture and rugs that Peggy had borrowed were brought into the master sitting area and created a palette progression into that area of the home, truly pulling the entirety of the space together.