By Flavie Georgine. Living Room Design. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 09:02:53 AM.
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.
In this eclectic living room, designer Betty Wasserman uses low furniture to make the space more welcoming for even the smallest family members. The round coffee table and cushy area rug ensure the floor is a comfy spot for watching TV and eating popcorn while jelly-bean-shaped stools add another fun kid-sized seating option.
If your budget allows, go for a complete makeover. Start with a neutral base, selecting all your permanent pieces, such as sofas, chairs and tables, in go-with-anything neutral shades. Then, add in color and style with pillows, framed artwork and accessories. Here, designer Joel Snayd uses a gray-and-white color palette to set the tone for this contemporary farmhouse living room. He brings in the glam with all the pieces that can be switched out later, like the floral-printed stools, colorful bolster pillows and eclectic mix of accessories.
Lovely details elevate the basic palette of this living room and make it something special: nailhead trim on the sofa, a golden arc lamp and a feathery fern.
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