bitelchux Living Rooms, September 26th , 2017. Photographic prints lend themselves well to this eclectic living room interior. A monochromatic art collection is less complicated to work with, easily adaptable to any style. A sketch of Steve Jobs joins a stunning abstract ink print, both with organic influences to balance out the strict geometric theme used throughout this living room. Light and shadow provide the overarching theme in this apartment living room – and the stunning artwork in the background enhances the effect. Even if the image weren’t perfectly coordinated in terms of color, the theme itself would still help to carry the interior.
bitelchux Living Rooms, October 04th , 2017. 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?
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 21st , 2017. The warm tones of the wood paneled accent wall play nicely with the fuchsia armchair in this high rise living room. Sometimes the high rise is in the living room itself. Vaulted ceilings give a lot to work with in this luxury home. Nothing quite like Tiffany blue to take a sleek minimal design and give it a special pop of feminine luxury.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 28th , 2017. This contemporary living room demonstrates how large textures can give small spaces huge personality. The bold patterns avoid looking too heavy thanks to the simple colors and the clever addition of indirect cove lights. Dramatic! The fractured wooden panels are oh-so-slightly tilted to catch the light at different angles to recreate the effect of shattered glass. It’s part accent wall and part art installation, and fully impossible to miss. Geometry takes center stage in this sharp modern living space. Black-edged curtains tucked away behind the ceiling panel make the room feel even more open and expansive.These pewter-colored tiles have a slightly cloudy texture that contrasts well with the simple white and gray shelves, and their simple arrangement continues the emphasis on horizontal lines and rectangular forms present throughout the open space.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 20th , 2017. This earthy, orange-tinted pink is only a shade away from being a neutral, making it really easy to use. Try it in a room that needs a little warmth and softness. This look lends itself well to natural textures, so accessorise with linens, weaves, velvets and rough artisan ceramics. An abstract floral on a beautifully soft velvet brings a contemporary mood to this smart, elegant interior. The superb cabinet is an ideal colour complement to the armchair fabric, while its geometric pattern shows that opposites attract.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 19th , 2017. 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.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 29th , 2017. White wainscoting and paneled cabinetry bring back a homey aesthetic filled with memories of trends past. But check out that tropical backsplash designs! An acrylic panel over patterned wallpaper is all you need to get the look. Herringbone floors never go out of style. This interior contrasts streamlined minimalistic furniture against a luxurious atrium backdrop. Arched multi-lite windows were a common staple of early 20th century design. Traditional Asian influence embraces a layout that feels almost futuristic. Although “conversation pits” are still rare, they were sometimes included in high-end homes in the 50s, like the famed Miller House by Eero Saarinen.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 22nd , 2017. Smooth integrated storage and subtle black wallpaper serve as a frame for the main attraction: a breathtaking slab of Calacatta marble. The rich veining adds a dynamic sense of energy and motion to this intimate living room. A brilliant arrangement of tiles adds color and variety. This fabulous accent wall accomplishes its purpose by drawing the eye and uniting the subtle patterns and textures used throughout the space.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 25th , 2017. Got a narrow living room? Finding the right furniture can be a bit tricky, but sofas come in many sizes that won’t mean compromising on comfort. Ideally, you should have room on either side so that you can move around the room freely. A copper floor lamp lends effortless cool to this chic grey scheme. Think outside the box and and try alcove shelving with a twist. A diagonal shelf adds a modern edge to this traditional room and provides a great spot for storing firewood without using up valuable floor space. The storage unit in this living room has been painted white for a brightening effect that matches the fire surround.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 27th , 2017. Living rooms are all about comfort, so a snug faux-fur throw and some colourful cushions will make all the difference to your space. Think about wall art, too – modern black and white prints like these are super popular just now. Create a stunning backdrop in dark blue. Against white woodwork, this deep hue takes on a really modern look that lends itself well to standout pieces such as the wicker armchair and brass floor lamp. The colour also lets favourite artworks ’pop’ beautifully against it.
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