adella abizar. Living Rooms. June 03rd , 2017.
A neutral palette doesn’t have to be white or cream. Here, accents of terracotta and duck-egg blue combine to create a beautiful scheme that’s neutral at its heart. A mix of pattern and textural fabrics provides plenty of interest. Deep turquoise, jade green, true pink, amethyst, citrine and emerald – it’s a group of gorgeous colours that work naturally together for a vibrant, non-clashy mix. Scary? Not if you offset them with a black accent piece, such as the chest of drawers here. When colours are this good, why play it safe?
Design Minimalist Apartment Living Room Thinking of converting your loft to get an extra bedroom? If you have the space, consider creating a suite of rooms including a bedroom, en suite and living room. Alternatively, if you have a landing or hall at the top of a staircase, why not turn that into a comfy seating area, rather than using it as a thoroughfare?
From material to lighting to layouts, interior design trends move in and out of style at an amazing pace. This post features five living rooms that embrace current best practices but in ways that will likely remain appealing for years to come. Some of these spaces are subdued and subtle, sparking interest without overwhelming the eye. Others take a bolder approach yet reduce risk by anchoring their designs around traditional features or palettes. Most importantly, these living rooms explore the ideas most popular in contemporary design without blending into one homogeneous group – each has its own distinctive personality.
The designer of this first living room utilizes glass panels in golden frames to create a unique and sophisticated accent wall that stretches up to the ceiling. The living room looks more spacious and the top floor’s windows add to the room’s natural light. This house is smaller than the first, but the high ceiling and large windows allow for the illusion of space. Due to the extra space thanks to the high ceiling, the designer was able to add a stylish mounted bookshelf.
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