By Tatum Eiler. interior. Published at Thursday, October 25th, 2018 - 21:05:37 PM.
Bring in outside materials and make art from them. like this rattan chandelier and vase full of wicker cane. Keep it modern with non-cluttered bookcases and one-colour couches. Let cushions and ornaments in metallics and prints have the final say.Lucky enough to have a wall in stone? Place wooden beams above and monochrome furniture below it. Hang a floral chandelier from your rafters and draw your furniture with sharp angles. like this black and white coffee table.
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.
A yellow accent living room nicely twists grey. Homer peeps from a cushion on a couch in the hue. as grey stretches behind and below the sofa. Relaxed wooden furniture holds pieces in white. allowing room for a sunny yellow panel.Keep it light. bright and shiny. This almost-white living room introduces grey in a comfy corner seater. greyscale photography and zebra-striped cushions.
with a wooden wall decor centrepiece of the older. recycled variety. Colour your furniture in mushroom and stone. with a zigzag rug keeping it cosy. Hang a chandelier above the scene. sitting a potted orchid and vases on a light. unvarnished table.Celebrate the caged look. Lay a fluffy woollen rug beside a white couch. making the snug look luxurious. Hang a rattan swing chair from your ceiling. another rattan chair beside it. matching their bars with an antique-looking coffee table.