By Nadia Brownson. interior. Published at Friday, October 05th, 2018 - 22:17:45 PM.
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.
slick leather couches and iron two-tier chandelier provide the feeling of a lodge astride a bevy of personal photo frames. A steel and wood coffee table nods to a latched wooden chest.Structure your rustic living room into a set of squares. Open up with wide windows and a geometric rug. Frame your smooth floor beams with a silver-hued sofa. and two Eames loungers for a lesson in comfort. Stand small. square coffee tables aside a fireplace to complete.
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 concrete wall and polished grey floor form a slick backing canvas.Grey works with pops of colour. Paired with many different patterns and shades in pink. the shade covers the base wall. pendant and shelving niche to avoid cluttering.Use grey and a shape as your design staples. With grey colouring an exposed brick wall. rug. walls and couches. rectangles come to the party in an inset fireplace. ceiling LEDs and one of the longest L-seaters known to man.