By . interior. Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 03:37:04 AM.
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.
Multiple tones of brown in a solid wood herringbone floor make a stunning accompaniment to a brown chesterfield sofa. Grey scatter cushions and curtains balance out the look.When working only with a palette brown and white. introduce different tones for added depth. Ruddy brown floor lamps match a single throw cushion on this sofa. with the rest of the cushions covered in dark chocolate against the sepia brown upholstery.
This one has one half completely cappuccino. and the other ice white.Sometimes one feature wall is enough.A large sofa can be offset by a bold accent chair.Pairing the color with appropriate wall textures can help. Check out our living room wall texture post for inspiration.A yellow accent can work wonders with brown.Last of all. how about putting your brown sofa with every colour of the rainbow!
with an array of dangling bubble lights over a suite in grey.Draw an animal stencil in your lounge. Black. white and divided almost in two. its large-shaped elements are strung by two rows of camera lights.A splash of colour can make your living room come alive. Looking out to a flowering tree. two sunshine-coloured seats add pizzazz beside an abstract in grey.
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