By Tatum Eiler. interior. Published at Monday, October 08th, 2018 - 18:06:57 PM.
woven pendant lights and a tortoiseshell table.Make your rustic living room almost-monochrome. Set a Jenga-style coffee table upon a white shagpile. matching white rafters. shelves. exposed brick and pine trees. Dark brown appears in two lounge suites. a pendant. logs of wood and books. the perfect accompaniments to a roaring winter fire.Rustic living rooms can look ever-so-romantic. Accent yours with an exposed brick wall. Japanese loft windows and faux deer head. A neat woollen mat.
Go dark for the ultimate in living room class. A carved-in fireplace. LED-lit shelving and charcoal leather couches frame a black velvet rug and acrylic coffee table. Lighter. textured wallpaper in the centre focuses the eye as windowed light streams in.Make your bookcase a feature. The stencilled lines of this lounge's black shelving hold a multitude of reads. tribal statuettes and vases. as a soft block couch and ball light enhance their enjoyment.
Grey allows your living room to host more patterns and textures. This lounge spices it up with a wooden slat wall. quilted rug. smooth book cabinet and painterly canvases. A sprig of orchids to the side adds polish.Let texture be your focal point. Showcasing an abstract artwork at its centre. this lounge's grainy wall tiles. suede seating and woollen rug keep more than a hint of the cosy in a room wide and spacious. Check out our living room wall textures post for more focused inspiration.
the main space with an open goblet fireplace. Set a curved seat on wood. while your floor mis-matches heavy wooden coffee and dining tables. Let copper pipes run around your space. adding sofa blocks in turquoise for colourful charm. Let your rustic living room be bathed in grey. Head your feature wall in exposed brick. popping a couple of coloured abstracts on for size. Clothe your floor in muted wood. lounge and TV cabinet in charcoal. tying a long cylindrical light onto their backs.