The visible beams in this living room are a raw farmhouse element that, in combination with the beautiful fireplace and defining beige interior, contribute to a cozy living space, one you’ll be honored to call home.
To make your living space look alive and serene at the same time, there is hardly a better combination than the one you can spy at Katelyn James. Mint walls with warm decor pieces, such as cream armchairs and orange curtains, create a true perfection.
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!
The modular sofa comes in a wide range of styles and it is not just about individual units that can be reconfigured and realigned with ease. Some are a touch more rigid than others, but bring you a completely different array of comforts which include a transformation into smart daybed or a movable back that converts it into something entirely different in an instant.
A comfortable sofa is undoubtedly the most essential piece of any living room and often ends up defining the style and the decorating scheme of the space. With open plan living growing in popularity, this extends to the style of the kitchen, dining area and the social zone as well. With that in mind, it is essential that you choose a couch that is comfortable, elegant, adapts with changing trends and also acts as the perfect focal point in an open living space. While we have nothing against bolder, more colorful sofas and sectionals, today we delve into a world that is predominantly black and white!
For a more intricate atmosphere, pick a tone at the darker end of the beige spectrum, almost so similar to light brown that you can add some actual brown pieces to the mix and create a very soft, prestigious interior.