By Ronna Archey. interior. Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 22:29:39 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.
See our Mediterranean rustic chic-style article for more interiors in this style.Take your rustic living room into the 21st Century. Make full noise with an exposed brick wall and rough wooden rafters. flooring your space with varnished wood. Stand two silver lamps beside your couches. joining them with a geometric coffee table in black and white squares. For a funky edge. lean a vivid band photograph against your wall.
as its walls stretch seamlessly across light and dark panelling. The painterly canvas finds friends in two bright orange cushions and a stencil coffee table.Monochrome prints are perfect for grey lounges. A full-length photographic decal meets our gaze beside a simple grey couch. differently-shaded cushions and a mottled rug. Black elements in a series of pipe lighting. a standing camera light and marble splashback make its contrasts seem natural.
Ceiling-height olive trees stand tall in this two-level design. as brown leather couches catch their fall afront a stencil bookshelf. Grey colours the rug. floor. walls and chairs. creating coolness with a contemporary twist.Grey lets brighter colours shine. This lounge's orange chair strikes a pose alongside hints of dusty pink and a rug. marble plinth. walls. blinds and sofa in grey.After living rooms with large wall art? This darker grey room is a lesson in using shades.