By Sylvaine Emile. Living Room Design. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 02:16:29 AM.
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.
Section off the living area of an open-plan space with careful placement of furniture. The benefit of a large, open-plan space is that everyone can spend time together without being on top of each other. Not only that, but as there’s direct access to the garden, children can happily head outside to get some fresh air. Aside from its spacious layout, this room’s winning features are the dramatic walls and beautiful fireplace, which contrast perfectly.
An easy way to add a designer touch to your living room is a new pair of lamps. On trend, but classic, mercury glass table lamps have an Old World glamour that allows them to fit in with most styles, from contemporary to traditional.
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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