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!
Beige definitely doesn’t mean boring it simply means a delicious subtleness that can be greatly appreciated in a living room that doesn’t feel necessity to be over the top.
You want your decor choices to elevate the style quotient of your sunroom without actually compromising on comfort of seating capacity. Industrial, and eclectic sunrooms often end up with large leather sofas. Since direct sunlight can really damage this lovely couch, it is best to keep it away from the windows and direct light. Plush seating in white with floral pattern or pops of pink is great for the shabby chic sunroom while most tropical, modern and contemporary sunrooms look best when filled with decor made from natural materials. Rattan or bamboo outdoor furniture is a fine option here and you can even think about synthetic rattan decor as a more durable substitute.
Homeowners willing to experiment with the color scheme of their living space on a regular basis would surely benefit from modular units which let you redecorate without much fuss. Apart from moving around individual sofa units to fashion a different setup in the living room, you can move out the one or two brightly colored units of the sofa and bring in an entirely new accent hue. The older pieces can easily become a part of the family room, study, guest room or even the playroom and nothing is ever a waste!
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 harmony of wooden and beige elements in this modern living room blows us away. It’s a great exhibit of how soft neutral decor can always find its place, even within progressive living spaces!