Living Rooms. Sunday , November 12th , 2017 - 04:11:04 AM
Here a mixed-media canvas plays into the structural interior features, like the transition between darker and lighter wood between the living room and kitchen. Gray highlights draw attention to the textured wall and deconstructed forms contrast against the straight lines of the furniture. This home doesn’t base its interior around the artwork, but instead remains relatively neutral – a sort of blank canvas that accommodates any style the residents want to achieve. The single yellow pillow ties back into the overall theme.
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.
This Image From material to lighting to layouts, interior design trends move in and out of style at an amazing pace. This post features five living rooms that embrace current best practices but in ways that will likely remain appealing for years to come. Some of these spaces are subdued and subtle, sparking interest without overwhelming the eye. Others take a bolder approach yet reduce risk by anchoring their designs around traditional features or palettes. Most importantly, these living rooms explore the ideas most popular in contemporary design without blending into one homogeneous group – each has its own distinctive personality.
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