By . interior. Published at Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 - 21:46:41 PM.
A volcanic ash vase holds sprigs of bamboo. as lush green fernery hides behind the sofa.Bring the outside in. This concrete living room uses large wall panels and a grey-tiled floor to make noise between two rows of creepers. A simple wooden coffee table boasting a stone corner mingles with grey armchairs and pot plants in this 21st Century scene.Use grey to accentuate your lounge's sense of the unusual.
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.
Construct a window spanning your floor and ceiling. making a feature of the outside in a larger-looking space. Frame your corner with a pea green sofa. adding a selection of rounds in a Turkish rug. mid-wooden coffee table and modern Chinese lantern. Leave a white rocking horse for the kids. whilst you blend your cabinet and pot plants into the panelling.Make the rustic and industrial come together. Light up your industrial living rooms' exposed brick wall with two modern sconces.
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.