By Cachet Le Gall. Living Room. Friday, May 19th 2017, 08:28:50 AM.
We always love a collection of sofas in vivaciously different hues while talking about colorful couches and this section offers precisely that! Ravishing red seems a touch risky as a choice for your sofa, but get it right and you have a sophisticated, modern living room full of flair. The red sofa works well with white when it has a comfy, tufted design and blends in with hints of black to deliver a masculine vibe when draped in leather. It is the choice between the different materials that makes as much of an impact as the color itself.
There have been plenty of occasions when we have talked about the virtues of the couch in orange and a plush sofa in burnt orange feels even more hip. The gorgeous green sofa is admittedly not for everyone and finds space in eclectic and modern settings while the breezy blue couch adapts to pretty much any style you have going.
The minty wall is the perfect undertone for the living room styled in a harmony of both old-fashioned elements and contemporary furniture. It balances out the room and proves that it can fit with any color or trend! The living room is a place where we lounge and relax, so it’s important for the space to feel kind and welcoming. You can be sure that the mint wall will contribute to a calming atmosphere! When paired together with white tones, mint wall infuses the room with so much freshness it immediately gets the feel of being airy and breathable! The beauty of mint hues is that they are incredibly versatile. They absolutely beautify a minimalist living room, but they will easily bring out the best of the vibrant, colorful living room too!
Designed by Israeli designer Adi Fainer these minimalist glass tables come up with a sleek and elegant design that can add some beauty in any living room. The collections have the following names like the Walk like an Egyptian, Fettuccine Loop, Interlock, and HookUp. With a very fashionable and extremely minimalistic look, these tables are truly irresistible. – Via