In a room that already holds some minty elements, the pastel curtains will contribute to the continuity. Who doesn’t love stepping into a living room and admiring its consistent color palette!
The living room is a place where we lounge and relax, so it’s important for the space to feel kind and welcoming. You can be sure that the mint wall will contribute to a calming atmosphere!
A de-saturated color palette always feels slow and unhurried, which can be seen in this peaceful living room that channels the easygoing lifestyle of the coast!
Maybe you are wondering, can beige stand out at all? Normally you wouldn’t really opt for beige if you are looking for a centerpiece, but you can pair your cream furniture with a bright white wall and watch with amusement how quickly the furniture goes from ordinary to eye-catching!
A great way to declutter the entry hall and the living room is to bring in a sleek and practical sideboard that does it all. Whether you wish to find a spot to display your favorite art pieces in a casual fashion or want to tuck away the unnecessary even while finding space for your brand new flat screen, contemporary sideboards do it all. Some even offer the option of a retractable chamber that simply hides away the TV when not needed! Those longing for less fancy additions should definitely consider sideboards with midcentury modern style that offer plenty both in terms of storage and style.
The triangular coffee table with curved edges is currently topping the trends chart when it comes to chic living room decor. Combing minimalist aesthetics with beautifully rounded edges, there is something undeniably timeless and yet contemporary about this dashing coffee table. While a coffee table in black seems to be the preferred choice in almost every sophisticated living room across the world, opting for one in white does give the room a more vibrant and cheerful aura. And if all else fails then you can bring in the iconic Elliptical coffee table in its many glorious forms that was originally dreamt up by Charles Eames.