A relaxing atmosphere by the fireplace calls for a color palette that knows how to channel tranquility. You could hardly find a better choice than beige.
If you are looking to make your spacious living room feel warm and friendly, mint colored walls are a great idea.
A monochromatic living room is essentially a space where you use just one color even if you bring in its varying shades, hues and tints. Of course, there is always a darker element in the room and at times you can use colorful accents to give the monochromatic space your own personal twist! Today, it is the turn of the most popular of all monochromatic living spaces those in white to spend some time under the spotlight. Sure, there are a few lighter tones of gray thrown in amidst all the whit; but that only adds to the overall visual appeal.
The sofa is much more than just another piece of furniture in your home. It sets the tone for the rest of your interior both in terms of style, decor choices and the general theme and color scheme that you use. If you happen to have an open plan living, then your sofa choice becomes even more crucial. We understand that many of our readers are not really interested in changing such a pivotal piece of the home decorating jigsaw all too often and that is why many stay away from a colorful couch. Instead a sofa in black and white or even gray is the preferred choice. But 2016 and the first half of 2017 seem to disagree with this!
For a living room decorated with much consistency, choose your decor pieces (such as cushions) wisely. Have them match your mint walls to create a similar color palette all throughout the room.
Everything in this living room is a small piece of a mosaic forming a bigger picture. Each element, from the seashells to the wall gallery, is an important contributing factor to the charming coastal room.