Living Rooms. Saturday , November 11th , 2017 - 23:55:35 PM
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.
An exposed brick fireplace, log store and wooden beams lend this space a truly country feel. But it’s not all quite as rustic as you might expect. The upholstery and sofas have a very luxurious feel about them, and it’s definitely not the kind of country living room you would want dirty wellies tramping into.
This Image 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.
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