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!
Sure, monochromatic living rooms need not be restricted to white alone. But white is undoubtedly one of the best colors to use in public spaces as it gives the room a relaxing modern appeal and a pleasant environment. Monochromatic living rooms with bolder or darker colors can feel a touch too tacky and you will get pretty bored with that overwhelming visual very quickly. Then you end up with a room that is ungainly, boring and just an eye-sore that needs a complete makeover. In case of the all-white living room, adding an additional layer of color down the line is both easy and cost-effective.
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.
Want to replace your large coffee table with something far more versatile? Then why not think about combining several smaller side tables to create a coffee table of your own! Another hot trend in the decorating world, the black side table can also serve as a cool coffee table in living room where it is more of an aesthetic than practical choice. Of course, in small studio apartments, this is all you will ever need and it also gives you a more flexible floor plan while hosting friends and family.
The minty wall is the perfect undertone for the living room styled in a harmony of both old-fashioned elements and contemporary furniture. It balances out the room and proves that it can fit with any color or trend!
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.