Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 10:01:27 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Designing the ideal living space is all around finding that perfect poise between form, function and the elusive ‘it’ factor. While choosing the right hues and decorative pieces is an essential part of it all, shelves and cabinets that tuck away the mess and help create a perfect hub for all your entertainment needs are also an absolute must. Bringing together the trend of elegant, eco-friendly furniture and flexible wall units that give compositional freedom, the B_Green Day System from Alf Group promises to alter the ambiance of your living room forever! Crafted from unique ‘Eco Wood’, these exclusive units add both texture and pattern to the space.
Published at Friday, March 17th 2017, 05:12:15 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
One word to illustrate the amazing and fashionably Breust Residence in Australia: transparency. The house, flooded by light, is a gorgeous mix of sophisticated details, guarded by an infinity pool (also with a transparent structure) on a side and a marvelous garden on the other. The people responsible for accomplishing such a mesmerizing final outcome are the ones behind JUO, an Australian, Perth-based scheme studio. The living room is arranged as a long (and transparent) corridor. The high ceilings or the glass walls produce this best breezy aura that enhances the sense of freedom.
Published at Wednesday, March 15th 2017, 04:20:21 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
This is maybe the most important feature of modern rustic home. Lovers of the this fashion want to bring nature inside. If you have an old home, it is important to preserve the character and original architectural particular— show off that aged stone wall! If you build new, expose your beams, use recovered wood, or include a stone fireplace. A-frame houses with cathedral wood-covered ceilings are quite popular, or big beams prettify the rustic space.
Published at Monday, March 13th 2017, 01:49:50 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
And yet many elements of the design came about by happy accident. Some features were lucky discoveries (see Tried + tested) or caused by suppliers sending the wrong materials while others were a result of interior designer George – an associate with Bugs Design Consultants – throwing a professional eye over the work in progress and saying, “Stop!” The solid wall running the length of the living room and kitchen, for example, was to be smooth and even in colour. But after the contractors had finished a section of the kitchen wall, George obvious he preferred the different shades and textures of the unfinished concrete slapped onto the living room wall, so he called a halt to the work and declared it good.
Published at Saturday, March 11th 2017, 14:39:36 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
“I certainly would not say the British have a monopoly on eccentricity,” says Ros Byam Shaw, author of the 2014 book English Eccentric: A Celebration of Imaginative, Intriguing and Stylish Interiors (Ryland Peters & Small). “Every country has its eccentrics, but perhaps we have much than most. It is a trait we celebrate rather than pillory, and nonconformity is quite a British thing.
Published at Thursday, March 09th 2017, 14:10:48 PM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
The owners of this house have tried to create their living space a comfortable space with a modern sectional divan and some Asian antiques, but the oversize couch overwhelms the space, making it feel cluttered and small. To turn the room into a comfort zone, they needed furniture of an appropriate scale.
Published at Tuesday, March 07th 2017, 12:46:11 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
For a quick update, adding a variety of textures is the most uncomplicated way to up your living space’s cosy factor. Chunky-knit throws and soft cushion covers will change your sofa into a snuggle-friendly oasis, while woollen rugs will feel cosy underfoot. Selecting in a tactile cloth, like leather or velvet, will give your space a more luxurious feel.
Published at Sunday, March 05th 2017, 11:33:23 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Istanbul-based designer, Tanju Özelgin, completed the interior of T House, a gorgeous multi-level home sited in Bosphorus district. With objects of décor displayed in a museum-like manner, he imagined a stylish dark-toned living room, making use of local forms and materials. The neutral palette of colours, ranging from white/ beige to different hues of grey and sheer black make an astounding visual result. Space looks current, yet a little bit gloomy. Despite the immoderate use of obscure colours, the interior inspires calmness and elegance. High ceilings, dramatic chandeliers, long curtains or beautiful artwork adorn the living space.