Published at Thursday, June 08th 2017, 11:45:11 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Industrial is really in mode due to its peculiar look, it is easy in creating and very affordable. Blending this style with touches of other styles helps to personalize the space as you like. For example, brick walls and white minimalist color plan plus industrial furniture seem great in black; you can build it softer with rustic details, fluffy rugs or pillows. Industrial family rooms with mid-century or retro touches seem just breath-taking! Just take an industrial background like concrete or brick walls, wooden or concrete floors and add stylish mid-century furniture – you’ll get an amazing space! Don’t be afraid to add color to an industrial family room – bold or neon accents would display it to advantage and create more fun. Get inspired by the ideas below!
Published at Tuesday, March 07th 2017, 12:46:11 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
A living room is construct for curling up and chilling out, so it is important to give your space a welcoming feel. A snug seem technique something dissimilar to all of us: it could be deep, enveloping colour; soft, comforting texture or simple, unrefined shapes.
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.
The area of the home is distributed as follows. The social zone in home, which is including the living or dining room, is at the ground floor. On the first floor, we will find the guestroom as well as the bedroom for the daughter. The third floor of the home is designated for office area, bedroom, and rooms for various purposes. At this area, we could easily sense the masculine tone with darker interior emphasizing the characteristic. In the meantime, the female spaces are coming with light and elegant interiors.
Published at Thursday, February 16th 2017, 04:39:26 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Take Advantage of the Walls
Published at Tuesday, February 07th 2017, 04:03:17 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
The ceiling is a surface that is often overlooked. By adding a splash of shade overhead you be able to create a visually fascinating contrast with your walls and make the room more dynamic. The effect can be nice if you select a muted color, or you can brighten a white room with a bold color. If you have low ceilings, selecting a cool color like blue or lilac will make them look like aloft so you can trick the eye into thinking the room is bigger than it really is.
Published at Thursday, February 02nd 2017, 16:57:16 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Create a ceremonial discussion area as your living room’s focal point to warm up the space and make it a place that you will enjoy delightful guests. Use four armchairs organized around a glass coffee table and add some exquisite décor, such as a vase or a stack of coffee table books. To create a rich, warm atmosphere, use large comfortable leather arm chairs and place a wood table between them. If you’d like to make more seating, try organizing two dissimilar sets of arm chairs on opposite ends of a long coffee table and then situating a sofa along the length of the coffee table.
Published at Tuesday, January 24th 2017, 14:41:39 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
More expansive living room remodeling projects may incorporate structural changes. These can incorporate changing windows and doors, replacing walls with ceiling beams to create an open concept, and refacing or replacing fireplaces. If your project incorporate these in-depth changes, you will need to research local building codes and permitting requirements. Changes that incorporate electrical or plumbing work may require working with a licensed professional under special permits. If your interior changes collision your exterior design, also check with your homeowners association to ensure you are staying within regulations.