By Kathrin Lackner. interior. Published at Saturday, October 20th, 2018 - 17:12:14 PM.
like this living room peopled with zig-zag cushions. a geometric rug and floral door art to the side.In love with a large wall clock. but not sure where to put it? Make it your lounge's central feature. This room's space-age vinyl couch. silver cushions and stunning acrylic centrepiece is accessorized with a mirrored door and semi-industrial metal fixtures. Sculpt your lounge.
Even a subtle array of indoor plants boosts brown.When putting a brown sofa in an all grey scheme. add a feature wall of wooden panels to tie in with its tone.A Scandinavian style living room with a monochrome scheme makes a great base for just about any colour sofa.Following on from the black painted brick wall… How about a white one!These modern outdoor chairs make a quirky accompaniment.
with an array of dangling bubble lights over a suite in grey.Draw an animal stencil in your lounge. Black. white and divided almost in two. its large-shaped elements are strung by two rows of camera lights.A splash of colour can make your living room come alive. Looking out to a flowering tree. two sunshine-coloured seats add pizzazz beside an abstract in grey.
Painting one wall in solid fresh white is a good idea so that the overall scheme doesn't become too muddy.Curtains don't have to match the colour of the sofa or sofa cushions; the selection of random sized throw cushions here are shades of cool mid-brown on a rich warm brown sofa. Two armchairs mirror the silhouette of the sofa rather than its upholstery colour. whilst a black bookcase matches its thin black legs.