By Ronna Archey. interior. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 15:59:59 PM.
Grey and gold wallpaper. a partly-living wall and a pea green armchair bring the antique to modern day.Grey can make double-height living rooms majestic. A dangling cluster of pendant lights make the most of high ceilings. amongst charcoal curtains and a many-tiled wall. A stacked stone fireplace and fluffy mushroom rug make the space warmer.Pair grey with yellow for a personal touch.
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.
Grey can work with warmer colouring. This autumnal living room creates heat with an olive green feature wall and terracotta cushioning. as grey softens the scene with an L-seater couch. woollen rug and TV panel. A roaring fire. wood stack and two Chinese lanterns make it homely.Create a contemporary tribal look using white. green and grey. Mid-grey walls pair with a circular charcoal art piece. grey-wooden table and stretching hover lamp.
Lie a colourful Turkish rug afront a vintage photo made large. Throw in a medley of pot plants. distressed clock and vases.The rustic lounge can appear magical. Paint your floor in shiny white. peppering your rafters with rattan pendants at varying heights. Stand tree trunks afront Eames bird replicas. adding a shaggy rug to warm up the place. Relaxed couches in light brown and columns of green find favour with blue and brown Moroccan cushions.