By Sheron Parise. interior. Published at Tuesday, November 06th, 2018 - 03:04:39 AM.
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.
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.
with our detailed guide on how to create – and find pieces for – your own rustic living room. Create your own rustic interior staples. Celebrate a high-trussed ceiling by adding faux-stone wallpaper and dark wooden flooring. Throw in industrial pendant lights. a winding pipe extractor fan and bold steel fridge. keeping an element of surprise with Victorian chairs and a gramophone. A large wall feature. like this room's star. works with Moroccan-style tiling panels for an eclectic interior.
Bring in your feature at the very last moment. with large wicker pendant lights that truly light up the scene.Achieve the rustic look with a Mediterranean twist. Place a bevy of different ferns behind a mushroom L-couch. a greyed tree trunk before it. Make it cosy with a plush grey rug in a similar hue and a smattering of brown cushions. Polish off the setting with flowers in a coconut and two glass vases.