By Daniele Callicoat. interior. Published at Saturday, April 28th, 2018 - 07:43:16 AM.
Those lucky enough to own a window corner lounge should add block sofas. This grey version cuts its seats into checkers. whilst a marbled kitchen bench offers similar patterning.Not brave enough to own an indoor living wall? Provide a view to one outside. like this grey-hued lounge bordering foliage and a bookcase.Outdoor living walls can come from top and bottom.
Also. leave a small border between the couch and matching rug to let them visually 'breathe'.You could create a scheme where each item in it is a stand alone piece. Take this scheme interior for example: Each seat is of a different style and colour. as is the coffee table. The thing they have in common is that they are all from the neutral colour family.
This Scandinavian living room livens up its interior with small trees peppering its black. white and wooden space. Check out these indoor plants for some low-maintenance choices. Want a lounge and office all in one? A partition doubling as a TV-holder keeps this living room light and bright. with wood and grey furniture bordering an office on lino.
Don't want a stark look? Make it cosier with white and wooden walls. a fluffy rug and monochrome abstract – and token living wall. naturally. A whiskey decanter or two invites us further in.Make your living room breathe the industrial look. Replete with factory-inspired extractor fans. a one-wheeled coffee table. metal staircase and leather sofa. this lounge just screams bachelor pad.
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