By Norman Cowart. interior. Published at Sunday, September 30th, 2018 - 12:17:55 PM.
especially with a traditional brown toned rug.You can go ahead and match the colour of your walls with your sofa. but only if your sofa will stand in a spot that is isolated like the one seen here. You don't want the sofa to become so camouflaged that you can't find it!Black and brown work gloriously together when made crisp by swathes of white.Minimalist living rooms lend themselves to the creation of unusual sectioning.
light wood and white-wall bookcases.Hipsters can't go past this living room. Decorated with cushions in pastel. a white brick wall and beautiful plant stand. the hanging bike on its wall is its central feature.Looking for more natural art? Try wooden wall decor for size. like this grey and white living room with coloured wood at its centre. A pipe-inspired light and potted orchid finish the look.
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.
Those lucky enough to own a window corner lounge should add block sofas. This grey version cuts its seats into checkers. whilst a marbled kitchen bench offers similar patterning.Not brave enough to own an indoor living wall? Provide a view to one outside. like this grey-hued lounge bordering foliage and a bookcase.Outdoor living walls can come from top and bottom.