Published at Monday, June 12th 2017, 07:28:27 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
A living room is often the coziest space in the house where you can collect with your family and friends, and every designer or just owner tries to make it as inviting as possible. A fireplace, some plants and fur would create your living room comfortable, and of course, a stone or brick wall! Yes, it is hard to believe it but rough brick creates any space comfortable and joyful, despite of the style you have chosen. Actually, one block wall is easy to adapt to your interior and colors – just select the size and the colors you need – white for shabby chic or strict dark grey for an industrial space. Very often a fireplace is already done in brick plus the wall behind it continues the décor. Have a look at the living spaces below and choose the ideas you can use in your house décor!
Published at Friday, March 31st 2017, 11:02:00 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
How much does your couch want to say: For some homes, the couch is the main act of the room and it doesn’t want to compete with any other piece of furniture. If you have an awe-inspiring couch that does not need competition, consider using understated pillows that will add solace, but will blend into the couch and it’s surroundings. Remember, your style of your room is up to you, decide what character you want your couch to play, also then get your pillows follow match.
Published at Thursday, March 30th 2017, 10:59:12 AM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Spring conduct clarity, purity, un-layering, fresh point of view and an urge to simplify everything! Scandinavian interiors are well known right now with their fresh-air artistic, quality craftsmanship and emphasis on natural light. By using rustic components also sporadic touches of color, Scandinavian rooms are restful and contemporary. These is 30 attractive Scandinavian-imaginative rooms with fresh ideas on how to spruce up your house this spring
Published at Tuesday, March 28th 2017, 09:50:21 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Maison & Objet 2013: these ice-cream painted poufs and rugs by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola for Spanish textile trademark Gan were introduced at Maison and Objet design fair in Paris this week. Patricia Urquiola's Lana Mangas collection for Gan, a division of the Gandia Blasco scheme brand, comprises modular elements that can be arranged in a variety of configurations. The range incorporate cross-shaped rugs that form an interlocking floor covering. A seating module with a little backrest can be combined with square and rectangular poufs to make flexible seating planning.
Published at Monday, March 27th 2017, 09:32:15 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Christmas decorations should all be concerning a magic. What preferable way to salutation the holidays than focusing on what truly matters and change your home into a magical place of joy?
Published at Friday, March 24th 2017, 14:02:07 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
A bold signature style. Meet Greg Natale, one of Australia’s best creators and explore the universe he visualized for the Clarke Payne project. The designer got a remarkable effect by mixing details of modern patterns with the artistic style of the 17th century. Overwhelming images filled with valuable velvet populate the living space, giving birth to that perfect royal ambience, pictured in movies. As the internal room is dominated by shades of grey mixed with white details, a particular cool ambience is preserved.The baroque details, the high ceilings with the white detailing enlarging on the walls, the neutral colours, the chandelier and the eloquent cold beauty gives us the feeling that this is a European aristocratic residence, updated to our contemporary tastes and standards.
Published at Wednesday, March 22nd 2017, 13:00:46 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
After convocation ideas and suggestions, the designers managed to create a fun place, offering “fluid circulation for joyful fun of all kinds”. The dramatic high ceilings remind us of the classical architecture where grand means gorgeous. The designers describe: “Reinterpreted from a contemporary perspective, the coffered ceilings, theatrical openings in the passages and wide matt-white mouldings working along the base of the silk-grey walls mix to create a sense of elegance and harmony, but, surprisingly they bring comfort, too.” Wide windows accomplished the décor, showcasing the beautiful green site, inviting you to relax, enjoy the tranquil atmosphere and explore the surroundings. Gorgeous round chandeliers decorate the living and the dining room and playful tones of purple add some fun to the ambiance.
Published at Monday, March 20th 2017, 12:51:46 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
Studio ALBUS Design stolen our breath away with a project inspired by Brazilian culture. Gathered about 150 pounds of bananas commemorate artist Carmen Miranda’s influence on cultural diversity, a collection of carefully chosen decorative elements create a Latin-inspired home comfort. Encouraging this radical aesthetic creativity started bynda, the d Carmen Miraesign created by architect Henrique Steyer and designer Felipe Rijo, of ALBUS Design was imagined to encompass the owners’ significant artwork and antiques collection – “the illustrations by Djanira in the wall over the sofa share the space with a painting by Di Cavalcanti and the cocoon-shaped sculpture by Siron Franco” – as well as an interesting collection of feather art displayed throughout. Baroque saints or silver torches following to an antique mirror rob the spotlight once you got exert to the bananas: “Yeah, we have bananas!” That is how we sum up this project in Porto Alegre, southern Brazil. Inspired in the Brazilian culture or its many influence, this living space is an instance of Brazil’s cultural diversity. Just as the Brazilian populate is a outcome of miscegenation, the establishment of this living was a search for the perfect mix. Henrique traveled with the home owner to New York, Miami and Rio de Janeiro, looking for an fundamentally latin harmony.”