Published at Saturday, June 10th 2017, 05:53:44 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
This luxurious living space is designed by Leeds-located designer Eduard Caliman. The scheme is done in a pale neutral palette also with a heightened feel of elegance, and it’s already decorated for winter. This project contains components that belong to the Visionnaire Ipe Cavalli brand assemblage such as the feathery mirror (Bird) and the console (Gretel) while the sofa was designed by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia. The lamps and the ceiling lights come from Giovanni Sforza Home luxury Collection and were carefully taken to further depict a brighter and luxurious lifestyle, and I think, the designer managed to create a cozy and elegant space for those who love classics mixed with modern style.
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 15:52:22 PM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Classy and Neutral
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 13:09:14 PM by Page Marin. Living Room.
There is nothing like a room with a fireplace. And if you are fortunate enough to get one, play up the heat with plenty of texture. A mushy carpet can do wonders, as can hand-carved wood sculpture art, such as the piece by Roi James hanging over the fireplace below.
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 12:09:42 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Bored with the clean straight lines that dominate your living room? In the style of modern design, the attendance of a few flowing curves is an absolute must, as it breaks the visual monotony and brings excitement to the space. So, why not turn to the coffee table to achieve this look? Fabulous gold leaf-finished, bulbous coffee tables are not too difficult to find, and each one of them brings something unique to the table. Whether you favor a glass top or a more affluent marble-top look, the choices are clearly abundant.
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 12:08:03 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
The Fluida wall idea is the heart also soul of the Motus Series that aims to bring together the living room and the kitchen both aesthetically and ergonomically. Allowing you to pick a diverse set of open and closed units that effortlessly blend with one another, you can extemporize to shape unique and imaginative wall systems that extend well beyond the living room.
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 10:01:27 AM by Sharla Lebrun. Living Room.
Designing the ideal living space is all around finding that perfect poise between form, function and the elusive ‘it’ factor. While choosing the right hues and decorative pieces is an essential part of it all, shelves and cabinets that tuck away the mess and help create a perfect hub for all your entertainment needs are also an absolute must. Bringing together the trend of elegant, eco-friendly furniture and flexible wall units that give compositional freedom, the B_Green Day System from Alf Group promises to alter the ambiance of your living room forever! Crafted from unique ‘Eco Wood’, these exclusive units add both texture and pattern to the space.
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 09:22:21 AM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
What happen when art assembles high-end precision and world class design? We have our reaction with the Crystal Collection of living rooms and kitchens that not only smudge the line between both areas, but also carry a sense of excitement and intrigue to modern interiors. If you are tedious with mundane contemporary interior design, then Crystal by Scavolini is indeed the solution. Designed by Vuesse, some of the models in the series come with the Karikon door created by Karim Rashid, which ends up changing Crystal into a unique masterpiece.
Published at Saturday, July 08th 2017, 09:13:12 AM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Sectional sofas truly thrive in modern eclectic spaces, particularly when draped with textural component such as pillows and fuzzy throws. The modern view of many sectionals can be softened with accessories such as a plush rug! In the following image, we look the District 2-Piece Sectional drafted by Mermelada Estudio and obtainable at CB2: