While most people gladly embrace white while shaping the backdrop of the living room, kitchen, bedroom or dining space, white decor is an entirely different proposition. Speaking for a strictly practical perspective, they are pretty difficult to maintain over a period of time. In a living room that sees plenty of traffic along with kids and pets constantly moving around, the white sofa is definitely a poor choice. But for those who do not have to deal with endless rush and little ones jumping around on the couch, the white sofa can bring sophistication and elegance to the living room.
Mint interior is a hit among interior lovers and we can see why that is! It’s fresh and soft, offers a great alternative for white decor elements. Its pastel hues retain certain minimalist look but the shade of green undoubtedly makes the room feel alive and energetic. If you are in need of some mint decor inspiration, check out these fabulous and chic mint living rooms!
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!
While blue sofas lead the pack when it comes to colorful couches and red come sin second, the likes of yellow, green and orange are not all that far behind either. Yellow sofas look best in black and white, monochromatic and sun-kissed interiors where the cheerful couch stands out visually. Green is a rare choice and it is best to repeat the color in the living room to create more coherent look. Orange is a spunky alternative and makes an instant impact. Do not believe us? Then just recollect the gang of Friends hanging out in central Perk and you will realize that it is the big orange sofa that springs to mind instantly!
Some indoor plants do well with medium to bright light, while others need much lower sunlight. But going beyond just light, keeping the heat and humidity inside the sunroom right is a big part of maintaining the health of those plants. This is truer in winter months when the temperatures can drop drastically and sunlight becomes a rare commodity. Consider another source of heat to supplement heat from sunlight during these chilly times.
A sunny and open beige living room feels cheerful and optimistic! It’s truly a great space to spend your days in, soaking in the sunlight and enjoying in the lightness of the interior!