A navy blue ottoman within a beige living room will be an incredible centerpiece that will only emphasize the surrounding cream interior!
The rustic lamp and coffee table channel the casual and carefree spirit of the sandy beach, while the mint walls represent the fluidness of the ocean water. This living room really radiates a steady coastal atmosphere!
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!
Not sure if you can handle an overload of indoor plants? Everything ranging from seat cushions with tropical motif to wallpaper featuring large leafy patterns can be used to usher in greenery in a unique fashion. Then there is the added benefit of large glass windows bringing in the green landscape outside and making it a part of the sunroom. Couple this with a few smaller indoor plants and get started!
Finding a living room with coffee table in a bold hue is a rare sight with most homeowners opting for a table that plays perfect second fiddle to the couch. But a bright a colorful coffee table coupled with a neutral couch makes far more sense in the long run. Changing the bright coffee table is much less expensive and a lot easier than replacing a colorful sofa while redecorating the living room! From striped coffee tables in black and white and those in bright red or blue to ones that usher in fun patterns and eccentric motifs try out something unique and exceptional in 2017.
Yes, decor in wood is big in 2017 and this trend of gravitating towards natural materials is set to continue in the years to come. But a fabulous wood coffee table or even a live-edge coffee table might not fit into the decorating scheme of your living space. Those looking to still bring in textural contrast can turn to acrylic coffee tables or those with a polished marble top and a wiry, metallic base. It is all about the space available, colors that surround the coffee table and the style of the room itself.