By Verene Samuel. Living Room Design. Published at Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 - 17:40:51 PM.
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.
For a high-end budget, look for a furniture piece that truly stands out. This open-concept living space has a swing-style daybed, suspended from the ceiling, adding an element of fun and whimsy.
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.
Clean and streamlined, modern style is characterized by a neutral color palette, strong geometric shapes and asymmetry. The most common features of a modern interior are white walls and neutral tone-on-tone color schemes. The words sleek, smooth and polished will come to mind when you think of this design style.
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