By Ronna Archey. interior. Published at Monday, October 08th, 2018 - 23:17:39 PM.
Ceiling-height olive trees stand tall in this two-level design. as brown leather couches catch their fall afront a stencil bookshelf. Grey colours the rug. floor. walls and chairs. creating coolness with a contemporary twist.Grey lets brighter colours shine. This lounge's orange chair strikes a pose alongside hints of dusty pink and a rug. marble plinth. walls. blinds and sofa in grey.After living rooms with large wall art? This darker grey room is a lesson in using shades.
woven pendant lights and a tortoiseshell table.Make your rustic living room almost-monochrome. Set a Jenga-style coffee table upon a white shagpile. matching white rafters. shelves. exposed brick and pine trees. Dark brown appears in two lounge suites. a pendant. logs of wood and books. the perfect accompaniments to a roaring winter fire.Rustic living rooms can look ever-so-romantic. Accent yours with an exposed brick wall. Japanese loft windows and faux deer head. A neat woollen mat.
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.