By Nicephore Claudine. Living Room. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 16:47:19 PM.
Bring pebble colours and natural materials together to create an elegant coastal living room scheme. This palette is reminiscent of the chalk cliffs of Sussex with ivory, cream, white and pale stone shades in different textures. A loose-covered linen sofa and French doors dressed with floaty voiles that move in the breeze add a little laid-back comfort. The natural materials of the bamboo chair, woven mat and bamboo blinds bring the outdoors into the scheme, while hand-blown glass and rustic ceramics introduce an artisan feel.
Give a white room heaps of character and personality by adorning it with artwork that you just can’t live without. A crisp, clear wall is a good backdrop for styling with colourful accessories and won’t make the space feel cluttered. Keep to a palette of one or two colours to keep the look consistent and cohesive.
Take that décor up high when floor space is limited. Here, a small corner of a brilliant white room has been transformed with a column of geometric pattern that pulls the eye upwards to make the most of a high ceiling. The pattern is echoed at the window in a sheer voile, which allows the natural light to filter in for a clean and bright effect. The neat base of a marble floor lamp negates the need for a side table while providing great task lighting for when the sun sets.
Traditional or contemporary; modern or eclectic, or just simple and cosy, whatever be your style, here's our pick of the best living rooms we've ever featured. We bet, it's gonna be impossible to pick a favourite. Whether you are aiming at a complete overhaul or just a cosmetic makeover, these spectacular living room ideas will give you all the impetus you need. If you are looking for the interesting accent wall ideas, furnishing options or just the right colour palette for the family's favourite room, these living room designs are brimming with some pretty interesting decorating ideas.
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