By . interior. Published at Monday, November 05th, 2018 - 08:29:31 AM.
Think rustic. and you might imagine a wooden ski lodge or historic. half-timbered home. Rustic design doesn't have to involve chunky. dark timber. thick lines or even a roaring fire. Keeping weathered wood. hand-stitched fabrics and a cosy frame in mind. rustic designs create a feeling of warmth and love. evoking the phrase 'the home is where the heart is'. Re-use old furniture. rummage around the antiques in your local market and avoid the over-polished look.
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.
Grey can lend room to more dominant features. The glass bauble chandelier. zigzagging floors and turquoise couch of this living room are afforded coolness with light grey paint and wallpaper.Going industrial? Grey is the perfect colour scheme. The rough wooden rafters and cabinetry of this lounge-come-kitchen are made modern with a soft grey L-seater. fluffy rug and floors. Walls and ceilings come to the party in full-scale concrete.
Accent grey furniture with wooden features. This structured living room seats its almost-futon sofas on a wooden floor. its ornaments on wooden shelves and a zigzagging floor lamp against wall-to-ceiling wooden panelling.Draw the eye in with pops of dark grey. This mostly-wooden clad room paints a TV frame. coats an ottoman and offers a seat in charcoal colouring. Bursts of white in a matching quilted seat and foot stool match the foreground coffee table.