The right pot for your indoor plant not only allows it to grow to its full potential, but also adds to the style of the interior. Dark and polished pots are great for the contemporary, minimal and modern sunrooms while terracotta and ceramic pots fit into rustic, farmhouse and traditional sunrooms. Pots with more intricate pattern and bright design can enhance the charm of your Mediterranean sunroom while small, hanging containers and trendy planters with geo design can house your succulents and air plants.
Use the brightest hues of beige to capitalize on the room’s incredible lightness, but balance the scale by framing some wall art in black frames.
There isn’t a shred of doubt that this room is as nautical as they come! Every little detail feels so precious, from the little boat in the back to the crab pillow in the front!
When using mint colored walls, there’s always a possibility of your living room ending up looking slightly retro! If you dig the look and want to work with it, add some kitchen appliances and utensils to capture the style!
Just because you love a colorful couch does not mean you have to compromise on quality and comfort. Some of the best and latest sofas from the likes of Koinor and Max Divani epitomize this fact. Be it beautiful peach combined with white or an ultra-luxurious sofa in yellow, the couch that you choose can be combined with a set of equally exciting club chairs to create an even more inviting and elegant living space. Throw in a peppy coffee table and complete the space with cleverly placed recessed lighting and you have a dream living room!
Love the idea of mint walls but want them to be very visible? Order a more saturated hue of mint, bordering on blue, for a bolder effect that you can emphasize with matching furniture!