By Nelda Abel. interior. Published at Monday, September 17th, 2018 - 14:35:43 PM.
An artistically-lined rug and black square fruit bowl tie the pieces in.Grey is perfect for the minimalist living room. This space designs with angles only. bathing a block L-couch and exposed brick wall in grey. Stark monochrome finds in a TV. artwork and chair add drama to form.Grey and metallics are the best of friends. Lit up with firework chandeliers and a designer table lamp. here the luxurious Atollo lamp. this room screams luxury with mid-century modern pieces.
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.
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.
flick a rug in paint splatters and create your own itinerary in a monochrome board to the side.Make wooden patterns. Structure wood into slivered bands on your wall. cross-hatches on your floor and wide planks on your main stage. Inject French flavour with charcoal wall panelling and radiators. adding structure with sofas in a bright white hue. Create warmth with a distressed fireplace and candelabra chandelier competing for a flame. and handwoven accent chairs to keep guests guessing.