By Sheron Parise. interior. Published at Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 - 09:20:39 AM.
Bring in outside materials and make art from them. like this rattan chandelier and vase full of wicker cane. Keep it modern with non-cluttered bookcases and one-colour couches. Let cushions and ornaments in metallics and prints have the final say.Lucky enough to have a wall in stone? Place wooden beams above and monochrome furniture below it. Hang a floral chandelier from your rafters and draw your furniture with sharp angles. like this black and white coffee table.
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.
the main space with an open goblet fireplace. Set a curved seat on wood. while your floor mis-matches heavy wooden coffee and dining tables. Let copper pipes run around your space. adding sofa blocks in turquoise for colourful charm. Let your rustic living room be bathed in grey. Head your feature wall in exposed brick. popping a couple of coloured abstracts on for size. Clothe your floor in muted wood. lounge and TV cabinet in charcoal. tying a long cylindrical light onto their backs.
Channel the artist's flat in your next living room design. Base your wooden floors. walls and ceiling in grey. with wooden-framed windows and an abstract letting the light in. Use three pendant lights as a centrepiece. warming it up with a vintage Turkish rug and slouching grey sofas. A standing guitar is an easy way to add more character.Like grey. but not the artist's look? Structure your room with a large L-sofa in grey. a simple abstract and clean. matching walls and floors.