adella abizar. Living Rooms. May 13th , 2017.
A few elements of vintage, retro and country have all been mixed and matched together to create an eclectic scheme. The walls have been painted in a rich blue which matches the sofa beautiful to give the space a modern edge. A selection of plump cushions add texture and pattern. Yellow is great as an accent colour in a neutral space – all you need is a throw or a cushion to add a little brightness. A floor-propped picture looks really stunning, yet it is far easier than hanging a really big print on the walls – finding the perfect position and ensuring it’s straight can be really rather tricky, after all.
Modern Living Room Interior Design A Scandinavian style suits exposed brick perfectly. This light-grey beauty creates a dreamy feel beside a powder blue couch, wooden dining set and floors. Draw the viewer further in with a triptych on your brick. Terracotta and taupe seating add a contemporary, rustic feel. Replicate a London train station with exposed brick surrounding a wide circular window. This unique design frames the rest in white with pops of planting. Charcoal and grey are lightened by this LED-lit, exposed-brick wall. Blending into a door, its lighter hues act the feature against darker and more muted textures.
Add difference to muted colouring with exposed brick walls draped in white chiffon. Interspersed windows break up dark block furniture and open up the room. Let exposed brick make a stand in LED-framing. A round circular light sets the stage for quilted block futons and a grey bamboo rug. Exposed brick in grey need not be boring. This industrial loft lets its textures do the talking amidst fur and skin throws, a roaring fireplace and metallic accents.
Enhance the sense of flow in your home by painting walls in the same colour throughout. White is super clean looking and creates a very bright feel. Where walls are neutral, accessories and furniture are a great way to give each space its own unique look. Keep surfaces simple to create a striking look in a lounge area. Bare brick walls and concrete floors definitely give this room a rustic flavour, along with the piles of chopped logs. A rug in the centre of the seating area zones the space and adds a comforting feel underfoot.
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