Published at Friday, June 30th 2017, 12:52:39 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
A sofa in neutral hues that vary between pristine white to light browns and bluish-grays are generally the norm in most living areas … that is, till just a few years ago! Today’s living areas are going down a more exciting track with revitalized trends from ravishing 80s and nostalgic 70s making a grand comeback. A colorful or striking sofa is surely a part of this ebullient new look.
Published at Tuesday, March 07th 2017, 12:46:11 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
Adding prints that are synonymous with joyful country mode can be another simple way to make your living space feel more inviting. Select either floral or checked prints to give your room a more orthodox look, or combine both for more relaxed, boho style.
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.
Published at Thursday, February 23rd 2017, 09:36:47 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Geometric or vegetative details are claimed on the walls, grounds and ceilings, complying with the Art Deco tradition. The interiors are recognized in calm monochrome scales of dark brown, terracotta, cream, sandy, and silvery grey tones. Visual accents are showed through eye-catching bits of furniture, lighting objects and rich textures. Small Tuscan fabrications and Ukrainian workshops produced copper engraved boiseries, brass folding-screens, stone-carved and plaster cast details, designed specially for this project.
Published at Thursday, February 16th 2017, 04:39:26 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Underline a focal point or accent piece in order to take people’s attention away from the size of the room. This can be anything from a feature wall to a mantle, or a bold piece of furniture that make difference with the additional walls. Another option is to add a contrasting accessory. Look for an object in a style that differs from the rest of your decor. For example, if you primarily rely on conventional pieces, try something avant-garde like some modern art. If you favor minimalist modern furniture, choose something that’s traditional, such as an antique armoire, as your focal point.
Published at Tuesday, February 07th 2017, 04:03:17 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Painting the grounds can open up a world of design possibilities, especially if you choose to paint or stain a concrete floor. For current simplicity, a bold, solid color or bright white works well. You can also copy the look of conventional checkerboard tile with two contrasting paint colors. Concrete grounds look especially silky with an ultra-glossy coat of epoxy that reflects light back into the room. Material can also be stained for a more nice finish that imitates the look of quarried stone or marble for a more natural look.
Published at Thursday, February 02nd 2017, 16:57:16 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The living room is often one of the rooms in a home so when redecorating or remodeling think about how you can optimize utility with comfort. And whether the focus of the room is a home recreation system or a functional space for conversation, a good way to anchor the room is by using a focal point. Occasionally your living room has one furniture, like a fireplace and cloak, but if you can not make your own.
Published at Tuesday, January 24th 2017, 14:41:39 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
A can of paint is one of the easiest, fastest and least expensive ways to completely change the look of your living room. Two great living room paint ideas involve adding an accent wall and adding texture to your walls. If your living room shortage a focal point, or if you want to further emphasize a focal point, an accent wall can emphasize a particular shade, or you could use a complementary design like stripes or two hues separated by a chair rail. In a small room that a bright tone may engulf, you can still integrate your favorite shade on one wall while the others boast a more neutral color. If your décor slice can best be described as eclectic, an accent wall can pick up on a common hue and create each item pop.