By Mirabelle Alexandre. Living Room Design. Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 02:45:32 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.
Narrow your color scheme. Take an inventory of your living room, determine your three favorite shades, then edit. By choosing a simpler palette, the design is more dynamic. After you've edited, see if the room needs a few more accessories to highlight your new scheme. Go shopping, but remember to buy only what you truly love.
Contemporary and traditional styles blend seamlessly in this transitional living room. Classic architectural details, like the crown molding and wainscoting are painting a soothing gray. A Chesterfield sofa combines with comfortable armchairs and a Lucite coffee table for a cozy seating area.
Great visuals transform this living room into a creative experience for the whole family. The bold hues of the custom-designed area rug reflect the colors of the abstract artwork. Sliding paned glass doors lead out to the pool, but with kid safety in mind. The pool is surrounded by clear glass panels that fence it off from the patio area.
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