By Ginger Schott. interior. Published at Friday, July 06th, 2018 - 14:36:13 PM.
Pastel room decor need not be childish. The Scandinavian themes in this compact space show in a wooden crockery stand. patterned couch cushions and geometric rug. A vintage photograph tells a story. Looking for living rooms with large wall art? Look no further. with this grey and wooden room made tropical by its canvas. Have only a small space to play with? Make like this living room. and frame your pastel art with grey couches.
There is something very sophisticated about a brown sofa in the right setting. and nothing shouts intellectual sophistication quite as loudly an extensive and organised home library.Team these elements with a live flame fire and you're good to go.You can pick out the tone of your sofa with an area rug but be sure to introduce a brighter accent colour in there too.
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.
This two-tone sectional sofa has both brown and grey volumes in its make up. so the interior design of the room has been based around this modern colour combo. A living wall lifts the muted scheme with a stripe of bright green. Chrome floor lamps and stainless steel frames end tables are great for providing a bit of sparkle. When using darker shades over furniture and walls.
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