Published at Wednesday, June 14th 2017, 07:41:43 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Beige is one of the most aristocratic plus classical colors. It’s considered a good taste to use it anywhere, especially in the interiors. A beige family room will offer you a feeling of solace, calmness and coziness while it will be easy to match all the pieces because this color combines well with almost everything. Here are some inspiring ideas of how to create a cool beige interior. If you need the room to be very calm, use just shades of beige and ivory or white – and that’s it. If you need some color, append some shining accents – magenta cushions, blue, violet, yellow or green accessories, and you won’t be disappointed! These colors mix unexpectedly well, even if you use cold shades. The furniture may be traditional or minimalist, romantic or vintage – beige allows to make any style you love. Dare to create!
Published at Wednesday, July 19th 2017, 01:27:50 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
The OPEN system of living rooms and kitchens was specifically designed to suit the modern urban lifestyle that demands a sleek and effortless blend of form and functionality. Contemporary in its outlook, the storage units of the kitchen in the OPEN system look like a natural extension of the wall-mounted living space entertainment unit and decorative shelves.This offers your home a sense of continuity while visually and functionally extending the living area into the kitchen in a seamless fashion. Much like the Social Kitchen from Diesel that we observed earlier, this is another smart effort by Scavolini to transform the appeal of the modern kitchen.
Published at Wednesday, July 19th 2017, 01:22:58 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
The obvious difference between the two shades allows you to highlight particular architectural elements and deco extras with ease. While other shade schemes come and go with changing seasons and interior design styles, black and white offers a safe alternative that stays pertinent even decades down the line.
Published at Wednesday, July 19th 2017, 01:22:18 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The trend of painting the door in a bold color might be new in the West, but bright and brilliant doors have been making a bold statement in the Far East for a long time now. Classic Feng Shui recommend the color of the front door depends on the direction it is facing. Generally green is a fine alternative if you have a house facing east, while blues are perfect for the southeast-facing home. Red normally works well for houses with a south-facing entrance, while black and dark purple are suggested for the north-facing doors.
Published at Tuesday, July 18th 2017, 23:50:02 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
A contemporary living room with red accent walls also seems enthralling, while a room that is completely draped in red seems a lot more glamorous with a darker, more restrained look. As a rule, remember to create a dark room darker and an airy space brighter when using red in the living room. This doesn't mean you turn to poor lighting in a small, closed red living room. Instead use lighting to darken a few spots and create a sense of intrigue.
Published at Tuesday, July 18th 2017, 22:39:28 PM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
10. Sculptural Style and Greenery
Published at Tuesday, July 18th 2017, 15:54:34 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
A counter-culture rebellion, an attempt to revive a nostalgic past, an artistic endeavor by some to give a new life to the discarded, and a simple necessity dictated by budget constraints for others – Shabby chicstyle was born in the 1980s because of all those diverse reasons and more. What started as an alternative to viscous consumerism by those who considered themselves far more artistic or just ‘rebels’ of the design world has now become a full-blown, mainstream trend that seems to be growing more popular by the day. If you are a fan of shabby chic, you will absolutely love with the astonishing inspirations on display today!
Published at Tuesday, July 18th 2017, 12:51:34 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Designing or decorating a living space is all about creating that ideal balance between practicality and aesthetics. While a bedroom with a distinct feminine atmosphere is easy to shape and proffers many more choices in terms of decor and accessories, crafting a feminine living room requires a lot more care. For starters, not all of us are comfortable with a room that is filled with soft hues, pastel colors and decor that has a distinct feminine appeal. Most homeowners clearly tend to opt for gender-neutral settings that often seem more masculine, thanks to the use of clean, straight lines.