By Sylvaine Emile. Living Room Design. Published at Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - 17:42:31 PM.
Change out what's underfoot. Area rugs can be a large investment, but with some smart shopping, you can transform the look of your floor with a great deal. A neutral rug with a graphic pattern, like the one designer Allison Lind chose here, will be in style for many years to come.
In this chic living room, silvery sconces and graphic artwork are a crisp accent to white walls and shelves. The turquoise throw and lamp are a welcome splash of color.
Where two rooms are linked but not entirely open, create flow by painting both the same shade. A neutral colour scheme allows the freedom to ring the changes using accessories, giving each room its own personality without the risk of jarring. Turn an open plan space into a functional family living area with clear zones for relaxing and dining. Soft taupe walls in a matt finish unites the two rooms and forms an elegant base for this traditional neutral decorating scheme. The space has been cleverly divided up with two textural rugs and the positioning of the furniture.
Living rooms are meant to be lived in, so make sure your space is somewhere that everyone in the family will enjoy. This cosy open-plan living room combines modern and traditional furniture to create a welcoming, family-friendly space. The solid wood dining table is complemented by modern white chairs, which tie in with the white of the large sideboard. The fireplace tiles introduce a rustic, tactile edge, while a large wall-hung mirror helps to open out what is a very busy, multifunctional space.
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