bitelchux Living Rooms, August 29th , 2017. A white backdrop has been made homely with the use of natural textures and comfortable furniture. A dark coloured sofa and footstall anchors the room and adds depth. Choose low back seating so not to block sight-lines in open-plan spaces. The over-all look is pared-back and feels fresh and calm. The wall in this retro-style living room has been decorated with magazine cuttings for a unique and personality-packed scheme. A tan leather sofa adds a distinctive 1960s feel, while vintage accessories complete the highly idiosyncratic look.
bitelchux Living Rooms, September 18th , 2017. Add difference to muted colouring with exposed brick walls draped in white chiffon. Interspersed windows break up dark block furniture and open up the room. Let exposed brick make a stand in LED-framing. A round circular light sets the stage for quilted block futons and a grey bamboo rug. Exposed brick in grey need not be boring. This industrial loft lets its textures do the talking amidst fur and skin throws, a roaring fireplace and metallic accents.
bitelchux Living Rooms, June 03rd , 2017. Luxurious matte black and stark white decor yields to the brightness of carefully-chosen yellow accents, like the sideboard table and the sofa throw pillows. Taking center stage is the bright yellow Nikos chair by Sergio Bicego. Light yellow and blue make such a cheerful interior theme! Note how the upholstery of the chair matches up with the tufting on the sofa pillows – a unifying feature can increase your odds of a cohesive look if you’re ever unsure about including a single item for contrast. Do you have a piece of furniture you never use because it’s hard to match the color? Here, the bright Grand Repos Chair by Antonio Citterio blends smoothly into an interior of varied yellows ranging from subdued dandelion to bright lemon. Variety can make all the difference.
bitelchux Living Rooms, May 17th , 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, May 16th , 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, July 20th , 2017. If you want a bit of colour in your living room, why not try a blue sofa? The colour of denim, blue can be very versatile and almost act as a neutral. Whether you like botanical palm prints or monochrome zigzags, a sofa in this colour will work well with either print or both combined. Plus the dog seems to like it, too.
bitelchux Living Rooms, July 17th , 2017. Give a traditional room a thoroughly modern look with a daring wallpaper. This cloudscape design makes for a stunning backdrop to the classic blue furniture. It’s also neutral enough to allow for colourful pieces to be added to the room. We love the drinks trolley. Hang picture shelves in your living room to create a pretty display of your favourite photographs. And if you bore easily, it’s simple to move them around or add new ones when you fancy a change. Picture frames aren’t the only thing that provide colour here – the eclectic mix of cushion prints adds plenty of interest to the pale-coloured scheme.
bitelchux Living Rooms, August 03rd , 2017. Besides the backlit “stay positive” panel, other creative sources of lighting include cove lighting above the window to the left and a row of rectangular frame lights above. This living room concept centers on a unique backlit wall system, as visualized by Who Cares?! Design. Dark panels embrace the full range of grayscale tones as they flow across the wall in continuous lines. The leftmost portion is more jagged and mountainous, with plenty of room for books and decoration. Several of the panels contain hidden drawers. A large sectional sofa set also addresses the library and television portions separately.
bitelchux Living Rooms, August 19th , 2017. This small room off the main sitting room provides an extra living space that doubles up as an office. For a family with children, this set-up is ideal because it means that kids can play in one room while their parents are nearby. Glass doors create an open-plan feel, whether they’re open or closed. Add wow factor to your living room with a bold wallpaper. This bookshelf wallpaper certainly does the trick here, prompting you to ask, ’Is it real?’ A dark leather sofa toughens up the pastel-coloured print, while the accessories add texture and a hit of yellow.
bitelchux Living Rooms, June 16th , 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.
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