The living room is painted a celery-green with the trim kept a bright white. Keeping the main centerpiece of the room (the sofa) white, Tosca accessorized the room with both cool and warm accents--except she kept the intensities of the colors in line. The blues and greens are much more muted compared to the saturated reds and rich browns.
A cost-effective way to bring some color to a corner: A diptych of canvases, painted sunshine yellow. And if you love the look of her credenza, it could be easily replicated by simply painting the drawer faces.
Another view of the living room: Those shutter doors letting the afternoon light in are amazing.
The wall color may have be tweaked from green to a pastel blue, but the principles remain the same: Keep the main centerpiece of the room (in this case, the dining table and the majority of the Eames shell chairs) white, and work the colors around it. The mismatched collection of chairs ranging from cream to the orange leather covered one at the head gives the room some personality. See the rest of Tosca's gorgeous home at Martha Stewart Living. (Images: Martha Stewart Living)