By Tamar Kirker. interior. Published at Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018 - 04:10:49 AM.
Multiple tones of brown in a solid wood herringbone floor make a stunning accompaniment to a brown chesterfield sofa. Grey scatter cushions and curtains balance out the look.When working only with a palette brown and white. introduce different tones for added depth. Ruddy brown floor lamps match a single throw cushion on this sofa. with the rest of the cushions covered in dark chocolate against the sepia brown upholstery.
Love rectangles? Design in them. using this lounge's framed prints. fireplace cavity. marble tables and upholstered sofa.A dash of pink can really pretty up the place. This lounge pairs it with soft grey. an indoor tree and a bevy of black magnetic lights. Looking for more variation? This pastel pink sofa is met with chairs in berry. ottomans in blue and a series of art pieces in complementary shades.
Also. leave a small border between the couch and matching rug to let them visually 'breathe'.You could create a scheme where each item in it is a stand alone piece. Take this scheme interior for example: Each seat is of a different style and colour. as is the coffee table. The thing they have in common is that they are all from the neutral colour family.
Settle into an oasis in orange and grey. This modern lounge keeps it interesting using different shades of grey. a metal coffee table and figure canvas.Scandinavian style can be ultra-minimalist. Block couches in grey play with light wooden stools. a swing chair and brighter lemon light in this relaxed scene.Centre your living room with a unique rug.