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Gallery: A lounge in four seasons

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  1. A living room decorated with blush and pink accents to reflect the hopefulness of spring. Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan.
  2. The living room decorated for summer: "Summer is a restful, relaxing, laid-back time of year. Blue water and blue skies are part of that," Elliot said. Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan.
  3. The living room in autumn... "so melancholy, a transitional season from summer, which most people love, to winter, which can seem endless." Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan.
  4. The living room in winter, accented with metallic accessories. "Winter weather can be so harsh, so we thought a warm glow would be appealing." Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan
  5. For spring, the scalloped dish on the tray picks up the shape and color of tulips in a deep pink vase. Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan.
  6. For summer, Elliott grouped vases in aqua crackle with books in similar colours on a brass tray Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan.)
  7. In the bookcase, a West Elm glass and a vintage ceramic vase, vintage bookends and decoupage boxes reinforce the green theme for fall. Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan.
  8. Elliott chose metallic pieces for the coldest season to create a warm glow. In the bookcase, the vintage bull, bowl and candlesticks repeat light-reflective brass finishes. Photo for The Washington Post by Mike Morgan.
 

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