Be it modern industrial, shabby chic, modern eclectic or farmhouse; irrespective of the style of your living room, a smart wooden accent wall fits in snugly. The finish, type of wood, texture and hue might have to vary depending on the subtle changes in the living room. But an accent wall in wood is a versatile addition that is bot neutral and dramatic at the same time. It can double as a relaxing backdrop and a beautiful focal point doing all of this without ever trying too hard. Maybe this is precisely why it is the cool new trend that everyone is in love with!
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.
Adding some color to your walls won’t make your living room look any less luxurious and this minty living room featured at House Beautiful is the sheer proof! The gold and black elements retain their glamorous touch, standing out marvelously against the mint wall!
A beige living room is an ideal place for socializing, due to the softness and familiarity of the creamy interior. It feels very predictable, but in a good way! There are no hidden surprises in the room what you see is what you get, which is a kind and warm space!
It is well known that mint can claim the title of the color of luxury and this stunning living room can testify to that. The minty ceiling and the corresponding furniture create a design fit for the front page of a prestige decor magazine.
While classical coastal living rooms are normally more subtle and serene, you can absolutely include bold elements such as bright orange chairs to challenge the traditional look and bring something modern to the table.