By Honorine Marcelin. Living Room Design. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 08:43:25 AM.
Salvaged architectural pieces, like these antique windows, make a dramatic decorating feature and add a personal touch to the living room. The rustic quality of the piece is highlighted by simple, vintage accessories, like pretty blue bottles, tall Mason jars and books.
Use a corner sofa to define the seating area in a multi-functional open-plan living space, and add a sense of intimacy to a large room. Create a comfy haven and nestle a rug and coffee table into the gap made in front of the sofa to give a friendly, more cosy feel. To further enhance the warm mood, paint the wall in this area a softer shade than used in the rest of the room.
As sunlight pours into this sophisticated, modern living room, light is reflected of the white surfaces of the walls, cabinets and sofas to create a bright, light atmosphere. To give the space some color, designers added throw pillows to make the couches pop. The main feature in this living space, though, is the cushioned teal ottoman that mixes in a little traditional style with a modern twist. The ottoman not only functions as a cushy coffee table, it doubles as extra seating when the homeowners entertain.
Neutral furniture is a smart choice for the base of any living room. Layer on throw pillows in a variety of textures and colors, and you've created a stylish space for the whole family. Look for fabrics that are nubby or woven. They're more likely to hide stains and smudges than smooth, flat upholstery.
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