Living Rooms. Saturday , November 11th , 2017 - 21:44:24 PM
A neutral palette doesn’t have to be white or cream. Here, accents of terracotta and duck-egg blue combine to create a beautiful scheme that’s neutral at its heart. A mix of pattern and textural fabrics provides plenty of interest. Deep turquoise, jade green, true pink, amethyst, citrine and emerald – it’s a group of gorgeous colours that work naturally together for a vibrant, non-clashy mix. Scary? Not if you offset them with a black accent piece, such as the chest of drawers here. When colours are this good, why play it safe?
Enhance the sense of flow in your home by painting walls in the same colour throughout. White is super clean looking and creates a very bright feel. Where walls are neutral, accessories and furniture are a great way to give each space its own unique look. Keep surfaces simple to create a striking look in a lounge area. Bare brick walls and concrete floors definitely give this room a rustic flavour, along with the piles of chopped logs. A rug in the centre of the seating area zones the space and adds a comforting feel underfoot.
This Image Many successful artists and designers draw on the past for their innovative breakthroughs, and this principal certainly extends to interior decor too. It‘s hard to browse through design magazines without coming across a modern room that incorporates a standout Mid-Century chair, or an industrial kitchen that relies on the exciting colors of vintage appliances. This post examines 30 fabulous living rooms that infuse their contemporary sensibilities with classical design inspiration - these throwbacks range from architectural features to upholstery patterns and, most often, vintage-inspired furniture.
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