By Damien Clarisse. Living Room Design. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 07:06:18 AM.
Making the most of natural light is a great way to keep a room feeling vibrant and lively and can even help a space feel larger than it actually is. Here, a run of sliding doors leads directly on to a patio area, providing a seamless connection to the outdoors while, inside, neutral tones are enlivened with a pop of vibrant pink.
Creating a family-friendly room doesn't mean you can't include your favorite design elements. Mix in high-end pieces; just make sure they're made of durable materials. Here, beautiful abstract artwork creates a gallery wall that's flanked by gilded tree branch sconces. An Eames lounge chair is paired with a comfortable tufted sofa, graphic area rug and a bookcase that provides open and hidden storage for the family.
Pops of blue and gold give depth to the neutral foundation of this living room, and there are fun visual surprises like the sofa 's nailhead trim and the swoop of an arc floor lamp.
Give a tired or dark living room, a bright and airy facelift by painting the walls white. Here, the paneled walls painted white give the space a coastal cottage look. Curvy, sophisticated furniture paired with a glamorous chandelier add feminine charm to the space.
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