Living Rooms. Saturday , November 11th , 2017 - 21:37:27 PM
Don’t be afraid to mix up your furniture styles when designing a room scheme. Here, a vintage trunk creates a characterful coffee table in this relaxed blue living room, while a truly contemporary pendant hangs directly above. Sliding doors and steps into the garden mean this basement room feels anything but cut-off. Floor-to-ceiling glazing also creates a light and spacious feel, and there’s a good flow from the inside to the outside. The flooring and paving is very similar in colour, which helps to create a sense of continuation.
In a property with wooden beams like this, you might say that you don’t need very much else to make it special. That could well be true, but there’s no reason to let a striking focal point put you off using colour. The bright chair and rug here, plus all the artworks, work a treat. Your floor can make a big impact. Just because it’s low down in a room doesn’t mean it isn’t noticeable. A large-scale pattern like the one on this coral rug creates a striking look without being over the top.
This Image Plants and earthy furniture unite the interior with the unobscured view of the outdoors. The dining room has an especially amazing position: a double-height wall of windows gives a full view of sky and landscape. It’s not easy to find artwork to suit the scale of a wide-open atrium wall like this one. This painting flawlessly integrates the natural colors used throughout the dining and living spaces.
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