adella abizar Living Rooms, May 03rd , 2017. Are you wondering about how you could launch your living room to the top rung of the trend ladder? What about removing the ceiling and creating a double height living room? This style is fabulous, fashionable and functional. What‘s more is that the entire world is quickly falling in love with this ingenious trend. This technique will do more than make your living room utterly remarkable, it will also add depth and dimension to the rest of the house. Clearing up the space above will open up the entire room as well as open up your mind to all the endless possibilities.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 13th , 2017. Create a stylish corner where you can curl up with a good book. Here, incorporating accessories in a variety of materials, including glass, ceramic and wood, creates a modern look, which is softened by plush upholstery fabrics. Understated luxury is the key to this room’s appeal. Rich pattern and texture are key to this appealing scheme, providing layers of interest that invite closer inspection. Embroidered linen, velvet and sisal, all drawn from a palette of blues, unite the look, making for a harmonious whole.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 04th , 2017. 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.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 08th , 2017. Try painting a pattern on your wall. This one is based on geometric shapes, but you could also try stripes or spots – or anything you like. The colours here are a mixture of a strong blue and pretty pastels that keep the scheme bright. Create a grand-looking scheme with ornate French-style furniture. Against white walls, the furniture takes on a modern look, while retaining its traditional properties. Sumptuous fabrics, such as the blue velvet on the armchair, add a beautiful finishing touch.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 11th , 2017. Dark cladded grey walls create a Scandinavian feel that’s lightened with off-white sofas. Built in to the wall is a clever log store that is as decorative as it is practical. A wood-burning stove in the corner casts a warming glow over the space, which is especially lovely on cool spring evenings.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 12th , 2017. This strikingly modern living room has been zoned into two areas using colour. A seating area is made cosy with dramatic inky blue walls and modern modular seating. The opposite white walls and lime flooring makes the room wonderfully open and spacious. Lots of texture and pops of pattern creates Scandi comfort and a graphic owl portrait adds a touch of endearing humour.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 10th , 2017. Think carefully about lighting when planning a basement conversion. Here, a large glazed door, plus a roof light ensure the space is anything but dingy. A trio of mirrors also help to bounce light around the room, while adding a decorative effect. At night, spotlights take over and keep things bright.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 15th , 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.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 09th , 2017. Create an opulent feel in a living room corner with a velvet upholstered occasion chair or armchair in a gorgeous teal colour. Dark-blue walls and an aqua side table add to the indulgence. The colours here are all quite similar, so to stop them blurring together, add a hit of pattern to break them up and create a visual contrast. Blue and green should never be seen, the old adage goes, but we disagree! Mix just about any blues with any greens and you’ve got yourself an effortlessly harmonious blend. Here, mellow blues and greens make a gentle backdrop for brighter hues like royal blue and lime – great if you favour a colour scheme with an energetic feel. Touches of pattern are good for breaking up blocks of colour.
adella abizar Living Rooms, May 05th , 2017. A casual seating area just behind the dining table gives this open-plan space a cosy feel. Grey walls create a cocooning effect that goes perfectly with the patterned upholstery on the armchairs and footstools. Above the fireplace, a modern landscape painting adds a hit of colour.
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