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A wall gallery can be such a strong piece in your living room, one that easily reflects the coastal theme and leaves anyone speechless. You get a crucial element for coastal interior and the room gets brilliant wall decor! Win-win!
You want your decor choices to elevate the style quotient of your sunroom without actually compromising on comfort of seating capacity. Industrial, and eclectic sunrooms often end up with large leather sofas. Since direct sunlight can really damage this lovely couch, it is best to keep it away from the windows and direct light. Plush seating in white with floral pattern or pops of pink is great for the shabby chic sunroom while most tropical, modern and contemporary sunrooms look best when filled with decor made from natural materials. Rattan or bamboo outdoor furniture is a fine option here and you can even think about synthetic rattan decor as a more durable substitute.
Today we take a look at a completely different aspect of sunroom design, which moves away from style and focuses on a love for all things green. Indoor plants are far easier to maintain than you think and with air plants currently a part of hot decorating trends, it makes plenty of sense to give your sunroom a green upgrade. From orchids and passion flower to the resilient ZZ plant and awesome succulents, there is plenty of variety to choose from. Then there is the matter of countless displays you can try out.
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.
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.