Living Rooms. Sunday , November 12th , 2017 - 01:37:54 AM
Known for her exquisite natural wallpaper motifs, Marthe Armitage is the grande dame of hand-produced prints and this design is no exception. Here, heavy milky white linen upholstery and an artisan wool rug keep the look textural and fresh. The massive brick wall has a barnlike feel, even though the house is a new-build. As well as creating a rustic look, the brickwork contrasts wonderfully with the deep purple of the upholstery. Cream furniture acts as a highlighter, creating a perfectly balanced scheme.
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 is a seating area at the end of the kitchen. Rather than a dining table, the space lends itself well to a lounge arrangement that’s all about the fireplace. It may not be the time of year for it, but in the winter, the wood burner really comes into its own. An oversized clock creates a further focal point.
This Image Color matching often proves to be the most straightforward way to incorporate artwork into the home. This space benefits from neutral basics, with the colorful accents easy to change out in case the artwork changes. This bold painting stands in contrast with the sharp and precise angles of the tables to great effect.
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