By Cachet Le Gall. Living Room. Friday, May 19th 2017, 12:17:22 PM.
There are few things that are more important than maximizing available space and making use of every inch on offer, when it comes to planning for a contemporary urban home. Yet, for most of us, smart management of space is a constant issue – a problem stems from poor design and décor choices. But you can change all that this year by removing clutter, creating a spacious living environment and bringing home furniture that offers ample storage even while being space-savvy. It is undoubtedly the living room that sets the trend in this regard and today we flip through 25 inspirations that should get you started in the right direction.
Modern bookshelves are all about modular comfort and adaptability. They come in a wide range of styles and shapes, and they vary from those that need to be fitted to the walls to the more casual standalone units. Cutting across style barriers and finding a place in almost every room of the house, here is how you can put that large and open bookshelf to use in more ways than one
Yes, an end table allows you to place you put down your favorite page thriller, your smartphone and that drink you are sipping next as you relax in your comfy sofa. But there is much more to picking the right end table than just size. You can choose an end table that either blends in with the color scheme and style of your living room or feels like an entirely oblique addition that ushers in contrast and curiosity. A smart end table with golden glint is a great choice for contemporary living rooms which need some sparkle and metallic zest.
The Tibetan knot is an endless one, without beginning or end. It is an prehistoric motif found not only in Tibet but Mongolia and China. It symbolises the eternal interweaving of the Spiritual Path. Designer based his remarkable new collection on the Tibetan knot. His three pieces (two chairs and a light) entitled Art, Sky and Sun show his creative integrated approach. He said, “I finally see the first true union between sculpture with furniture and lighting.”