There have been plenty of occasions when we have talked about the virtues of the couch in orange and a plush sofa in burnt orange feels even more hip. The gorgeous green sofa is admittedly not for everyone and finds space in eclectic and modern settings while the breezy blue couch adapts to pretty much any style you have going.
Yes, an end table allows you to place you put down your favorite page thriller, your smartphone and that drink you are sipping next as you relax in your comfy sofa. But there is much more to picking the right end table than just size. You can choose an end table that either blends in with the color scheme and style of your living room or feels like an entirely oblique addition that ushers in contrast and curiosity. A smart end table with golden glint is a great choice for contemporary living rooms which need some sparkle and metallic zest.
Mint interior is a hit among interior lovers and we can see why that is! It’s fresh and soft, offers a great alternative for white decor elements. Its pastel hues retain certain minimalist look but the shade of green undoubtedly makes the room feel alive and energetic. If you are in need of some mint decor inspiration, check out these fabulous and chic mint living rooms!
Monday 29th, May 2017 11:25:35: AM. Living Room. Bertille Monnier.
We continuous spoiling you with mid-century modern eye-candies, and today’s synopsis is dedicated to living spaces. I enjoy looking at mid-century current living areas cuz they are cozy and inviting being spacious and inspiring at the same time. Think white walls, color blocking and mid-century current furniture. Actually, the shade of the walls can be different but white ones make the space super airy. Pick typical mid-century modern furniture in rich wood colors; add geometric decorations and textiles. Green plants and succulents will make more freshness to the living room, and mid-century current lamps and chandeliers will help you to create a mood. Get inspired!
Monday 29th, May 2017 12:12:00: PM. Living Room. Sharla Lebrun.
The main function of exposed beams is that they flip the classic practice of concealing the architecture on its head. Instead of hiding the construction component of the home, they reveal the “bones” of a home and show them off in classy fashion.
Saturday 27th, May 2017 11:52:43: AM. Living Room. Sharla Lebrun.
This is a contemporary space with a pair of industrial touches. The kitchen is really small, it is a nook and to create it look larger the designers created it uncluttered plus hide everything they could. Dark matter cabinets plus white countertops with a couple of built-in appliances is everything that you need to cook. The kitchen nook is separated from the eating zone with a space divider made from metal plus wooden planks, which may be used for hanging shelves. The dining table is a part of an open shelving unit where potted herbs are grown. The dining table is a piece of an open shelving unit where potted herbs are grown. The industrial lamps hanging from above give enough light to the kitchen recess plus dining area.
Monday 29th, May 2017 11:47:08: AM. Living Room. Sharla Lebrun.
The wall reverse the sofa with a TV strikes with an adorable fireplace that also gives more coziness to the space. A trendy metal shelf to the right of the fireplace is a great storage unit, which is used also for firewood storage.
Saturday 27th, May 2017 14:25:28: PM. Living Room. Bertille Monnier.
Neutrals or moodies? Select the shades of grey to your liking: from very light plus subtle to dark charcoals plus practically black to create an atmosphere that you like. It will be a perfect base for additional decorating, plus then select shades of green that you like: mint, emerald, sage, lime or else, it depends on your flavor and mood you want to make.
Saturday 27th, May 2017 11:36:55: AM. Living Room. Sorrel Guyot.
The walls are concealed with rough concrete, and so is the ceiling and the floors to hint on industrial style. Here concrete makes a modern ambience and to make it softer and cozier the designer used light-colored wood in the kitchen and bold yellow accents.
Monday 29th, May 2017 13:52:25: PM. Living Room. Cachet Le Gall.
1. Define the size of each zone: if you frequently ask family and friends for a dinner, make the kitchen area larger.
2. Binding elements. Suppose of a single color design for both zones as the transition between the areas should be smooth and gentle. The décor mode should also be single for both, so select the furniture accordingly.
3. Functionality. All the kitchen surfaces should be functional for cooking, and the hood should be very good working to avoid food smells in the living room area. Multi-level kitchen lights will be very useful plus you will not light the living area too much.