There have been plenty of occasions when we have talked about the virtues of the couch in orange and a plush sofa in burnt orange feels even more hip. The gorgeous green sofa is admittedly not for everyone and finds space in eclectic and modern settings while the breezy blue couch adapts to pretty much any style you have going.
If we had to describe beige interior in just two words, we’d go for warm and secure. It seems like the best choice for a family living room!
Whether you sketching up decorating plans for your new living room, or wish to give the existing one a lovely facelift by bringing in a new coffee table, today’s collection of contemporary coffee tables should provide you with ample inspiration. Showcasing the latest in coffee table design trends (and along with it living room decorating ideas) these newest delights range from the simple to the stunning. Be it a coffee table in wood or one in acrylic, something simple and square or eclectic and abstract you will find them all!
In the design world, having ‘more of the same’ generally does not work all too well as a decorating approach. This is truer in case of color. Filling up a room with the same color is considered both ungainly and bland. It is often the contrast between three or more colors that gives a room its uniqueness and personality. Yet, for those who are really set on using largely one color to shape their living room, there are still plenty of exciting options around! Monochromatic living rooms are once again trendy and as is the case in most other rooms, it is neutrals that hold sway here.
Many of the latest modular sofas can also easily be turned into dashing sectional by adding additional units over time. As the needs of the family grow with time, additional individual modules can be brought in. And when it is time to party, moving a couple of units out to create additional floor space becomes an absolute breeze. It is this versatility that makes the modular sofa such a huge hit in an open plan living.
A sofa in neutral hues that vary between pristine white to light browns and bluish-grays are generally the norm in most living rooms… that is, till just a few years ago! Today’s living rooms are going down a more exciting path with revitalized trends from ravishing 80s and nostalgic 70s making a grand comeback. A colorful and striking sofa is definitely a part of this exuberant new look.
The feeling that beige captures so well is one of comfort and security that we all yearn for within our homes. Emphasise that feeling by adding some wooden pieces to your neutral living room.
Once you have the ‘seats’ part of the seating arrangement sorted, it is time to get to the arrangement part of it all. Sunrooms are all about a sense of warmth, openness, natural light and cheerful ambiance. By filling the sunroom with too much furniture, you can ruin this visual appeal. In smaller sunrooms, custom built-in benches and sofas next to the window that are unassuming go a long way in giving the interior a spacious vibe. With larger sunrooms, create individual pockets of decor maybe a small breakfast zone here, a comfy conversation nook there and seating for the entire family at the heart of it all!
While classical coastal living rooms are normally more subtle and serene, you can absolutely include bold elements such as bright orange chairs to challenge the traditional look and bring something modern to the table.
Turning a Scandinavian style living room with modern aesthetics into a monochromatic space should not require plenty of work. It is arguably the easiest style to work with for those trying to create a lovely, monochromatic living space in white. Most Scandinavian living spaces are inherently minimal, use a pristine white backdrop, stay away from bright colors and are filled with plenty of light. Just remove the unnecessary excesses, replace any colorful decor additions with those in white even while leaving the accents in wood and indoors plants untouched. Those wanting to move away from an overdose of white can also try out lighter shades of gray, which give the same aesthetic as darker shades of white.
If swinging outdoor sofas like Gravity are not your thing, then another way to usher in informal elegance is colorful modular seating. Many outdoor decor options combine modularity with low-maintenance durability and these hip cushions can easily be moved around into the patio or to the pool deck when needed. Giving your sunroom adaptable effervescence , even kids are bound to instantly fall in love with this seating arrangement!
Blue for the living room couch is no longer viewed as a daring decorating choice. In fact, bluish-gray contemporary sofas are popular among the most popular around. But those craving for snazzier and more dazzling shades of blue might want to think twice before they bring home a sofa in cobalt or peacock blue! It is not so much about whether they look good on the catalog page as it is about how much you really like the particular shade and tint of blue. If it is just a passing fascination, then you might have to splurge on a brand new sofa just a few seasons down the line!
A dark blue ottoman in the center of this room is a superb focal point for a living space decorated in light cream tones!
The beauty of mint hues is that they are incredibly versatile. They absolutely beautify a minimalist living room, but they will easily bring out the best of the vibrant, colorful living room too!
A very important piece of any coastal living room must be the wall art. A wall gallery with carefully chosen paintings looks stunning, as it fills up the empty wall without closing up the room!