By Keva Brinks. interior. Published at Saturday, September 15th, 2018 - 04:28:36 AM.
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.
Think of shape and form when designing your living room. Peopled by a spot mural. patterned wallpaper and a range of rugs. cushions and vases. this eclectic living room uses muted colours to make the mis-matched work together.Love the minimalist look? This black and white lounge couldn't be more simple. with its contoured stairway. walls and suite straight out of a magazine.
Cut in quilted seating. a central fireplace and a tree or two for a perfect place to socialise.Looking for the latest in double-height living rooms? Bright. open and spacious. this white living room is afforded a fireplace by a middling copper plinth. Store ornaments in its inlets to showcase world treasures. Love the look of wood panelling? This living room takes its ceiling to its architectural limit.
This two-tone sectional sofa has both brown and grey volumes in its make up. so the interior design of the room has been based around this modern colour combo. A living wall lifts the muted scheme with a stripe of bright green. Chrome floor lamps and stainless steel frames end tables are great for providing a bit of sparkle. When using darker shades over furniture and walls.