Published at Thursday, April 20th 2017, 01:03:04 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Shelving looked to be a very plentiful line of work for the designers who were present with creations at Milan Furniture Fair. We have seen so many distorted and completely unexpected shelves that we hardly managed to make a selection. We originally photographed this cool shelving plan but then recognized that the whole living space arrangement is worth sharing. So here it is, in all its creativity. A modern and yet warm atmosphere is generated by the simple and yet novel overall design. The beautiful white couch contrasts with the wooden surrounding furniture. And check out the highly primary table design with decorative wooden detail, some of them placed suddenly outside the table perimeter. Nicely done!
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 17:59:29 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
There is no arguing that the fashionable accent wall is the most trendy accent attribute in family rooms across the world. It is easy to create, often needs very little attempt and allows you to add color, pattern and texture to the space with absolute ease. While there are plenty of guidance you can take on the accent wall, few come close to the diversity, energy and playful elegance of those with stripes. Striped accent walls come in a variety of forms and they can make an instant focal point in the room while supplying the perfect backdrop for the decor and accessories of your choice.
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 17:28:31 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Reclaimed and Reused
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 16:56:03 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
An expansion of the sustainable design, there are plenty of ways in which your living room can be more natural and less ‘plastic’ in 2016. You could append an magnificent green, living wall to the living room, bring in a coffee table or side table with live edge or turn to other organic forms to create a cozy and pleasing ambiance. It is all about ‘reduce, reuse and recycle’ but with an added green tinge!
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 16:15:46 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
If you are not happy with committing to pink right away, then as always, we propose you get the safe route of lovely pink accents. This has all the advantages that come with accent additions – the safety of not perpetrating fully to a color scheme, an easy enough switch of the color scheme as trends change, and of course, an ability to mix and match varied colors. The accent pink wall is a safe starting point, but you can also choose other exciting options like a colorful pink couch, drapes in pink or even simpler, less expensive additions like vases and side tables.
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 14:56:24 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Karen from Home Love Stories hated looking at her big black TV, and came up with a “worldly” way to keep it from being an eyesore. With the help of some inexpensive 2×4s from Lowes and an old-school map of the world, she can now fold the tube away whenever she pleases.
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 14:13:37 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Think of eclectic living areas and one picture loads of bright colors and accessories that seem a touch tacky and bold. Yet there are many different plans to go eclectic while letting the style to blend in nicely with the rest of your more modern home. An eclectic living space, expressly a small one, need not be filled with furniture and accessories beyond necessity. In tiny living areas, try and choose a bold couch, a coffee table with a metallic glint and a plush rug with a splash of color to create the same visual affect while keeping the space visually uncluttered.
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 14:07:54 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Yes, shabby chic styles are largely dominated by white, and if you find the color too boring, maybe this is not the style for you. But that does not mean color is shunned completely in every case. In fact, we completely love shabby chic living areas that feature a hint of color, as they smash up the visual monotony of various shades of white and give it a more exciting appeal. It is pastel colors that are the preferred choice in shabby chic surroundings, with the likes of cool blue, gentle pink and light mint green giving the room a refreshing vibe.