Published at Friday, May 19th 2017, 12:43:51 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
The Tibetan knot is an endless one, without beginning or end. It is an prehistoric motif found not only in Tibet but Mongolia and China. It symbolises the eternal interweaving of the Spiritual Path. Designer based his remarkable new collection on the Tibetan knot. His three pieces (two chairs and a light) entitled Art, Sky and Sun show his creative integrated approach. He said, “I finally see the first true union between sculpture with furniture and lighting.”
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 14:28:29 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The attractive blue skies and raising sunlight of summer can assist as inspiration to add bright colour to your home. Just one part of furniture repainted or reupholstered in a spirited shade could completely change the mood of your living room, offering it a more positive feel. Stay flooring neutral; bare floorboards, engineered wood or a pale carpet will work with any scheme and leave you plenty of breathing room to add a colourful rug or upholstery.
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 14:07:57 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Bold blue sofa
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 13:17:20 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
As seasons change also cold darks creep slowly in its time to think about heating your home. And, what is more comfortable and tempting than a fireplace also the flickering flames of an open fire? Whether it is actual or artificial, an ambient glow will give your room a warming and appealing atmosphere.
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 12:52:15 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
When Amanda Gluck of The Fashionable Hostess informed us she was refreshing her outdoor living room, we couldn't wait to see it. Her fresh-air space was a stunning study in neutrals, so we had a impression she might be interested in adding just one thing: color. By speedily exchanging out a few pieces, she was able to create a whole new look and feel."It is bright also preferable than I could have ever visualized," she says. "Everybody should take a space they love and switch out a few accessories. It makes a huge impact."
Published at Friday, July 28th 2017, 12:48:18 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
But after eight long years, the living room was desperately in need of a refresh. “It just didn’t look like ours anymore,” says Carter. The furniture was not only a snooze aesthetically but also wasn’t functional for her 10- and 13-year-old kids and their friends. “This is the biggest area in the house, but we never used it,” she says. That all changed once the stuffy chairs and two-seat sofa were swapped out for comfy yet sleek seating and a fresh green, pink, black, and white palette. “Now it’s the only place the kids want to be when they have friends over,” says Carter. “And my family asks for every holiday to be at our house!”
Published at Thursday, July 27th 2017, 17:54:04 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
A simple way to transform a cosy winter den into a summery sanctuary is to replace heavy fabrics, such as curtains. Voiles will let sunlight stream through your windows into your room, or, if you’d prefer more privacy at night, choose a roller blind that won’t block out any natural light when it’s rolled up during the day.
Published at Wednesday, July 26th 2017, 15:09:18 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
Designed by Lat Forty Five engineer Guy Shallard, this contemporary lake shore residence in New Zealand has received its stunning form out of necessity.