By Kym Stowell. interior. Published at Thursday, February 15th, 2018 - 00:53:02 AM.
Cut in quilted seating. a central fireplace and a tree or two for a perfect place to socialise.Looking for the latest in double-height living rooms? Bright. open and spacious. this white living room is afforded a fireplace by a middling copper plinth. Store ornaments in its inlets to showcase world treasures. Love the look of wood panelling? This living room takes its ceiling to its architectural limit.
Think of shape and form when designing your living room. Peopled by a spot mural. patterned wallpaper and a range of rugs. cushions and vases. this eclectic living room uses muted colours to make the mis-matched work together.Love the minimalist look? This black and white lounge couldn't be more simple. with its contoured stairway. walls and suite straight out of a magazine.
especially with a traditional brown toned rug.You can go ahead and match the colour of your walls with your sofa. but only if your sofa will stand in a spot that is isolated like the one seen here. You don't want the sofa to become so camouflaged that you can't find it!Black and brown work gloriously together when made crisp by swathes of white.Minimalist living rooms lend themselves to the creation of unusual sectioning.
consider keeping the floor and ceiling white to maintain a spacious and airy feel.This soft brown sectional sits in front of a dark backed display that has a bronze frame and detailing. The dramatic colour combination makes everything appear more sophisticated and expensive. Note how the two large pendant lights add a fresh white spray to proceedings. matching a light marbled floor.
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