By Tatum Eiler. interior. Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 11:16:47 AM.
A volcanic ash vase holds sprigs of bamboo. as lush green fernery hides behind the sofa.Bring the outside in. This concrete living room uses large wall panels and a grey-tiled floor to make noise between two rows of creepers. A simple wooden coffee table boasting a stone corner mingles with grey armchairs and pot plants in this 21st Century scene.Use grey to accentuate your lounge's sense of the unusual.
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 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.
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.