By . interior. Published at Monday, September 10th, 2018 - 23:16:50 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.
Bring in your feature at the very last moment. with large wicker pendant lights that truly light up the scene.Achieve the rustic look with a Mediterranean twist. Place a bevy of different ferns behind a mushroom L-couch. a greyed tree trunk before it. Make it cosy with a plush grey rug in a similar hue and a smattering of brown cushions. Polish off the setting with flowers in a coconut and two glass vases.
Prefer the look of the artist's retreat? With a ceiling and feature wall in shiny stone. grey wooden floors and slumped couches join to chill. An electric guitar and potted twisted cane hint at greater creativity.Create a rustic living room in black and grey. Centred around a trio of tree trunk coffee tables. this grey winding sofa and ceiling-height bookcase are beautifully lit up by a train station window.Let yellow and wood add interior pizzazz.
Channel the artist's flat in your next living room design. Base your wooden floors. walls and ceiling in grey. with wooden-framed windows and an abstract letting the light in. Use three pendant lights as a centrepiece. warming it up with a vintage Turkish rug and slouching grey sofas. A standing guitar is an easy way to add more character.Like grey. but not the artist's look? Structure your room with a large L-sofa in grey. a simple abstract and clean. matching walls and floors.