Those seeking even more contrast can choose a coffee table that blends unusual form with warmth of wood or sparkle of metal to create a cool focal point. In most modern living rooms the large coffee table is being replaced by a collection of smaller coffee tables or even a trio of stylish side tables, which give a lot more design flexibility. This summer, try out this new look for a fresher and more vibrant living room.
A sunny and open beige living room feels cheerful and optimistic! It’s truly a great space to spend your days in, soaking in the sunlight and enjoying in the lightness of the interior!
When working with the constraints of a monochromatic room, textural contrast becomes your best pal! Instead of adding greater number of contrasting shades of white, turn to different materials and diverse finishes to create visual interest in the room. Wooden decor, accessories and accent walls usher in warmth while concrete walls and flooring provide a steely, more stoic presence. Exposed brick walls might bring a hint of red or orang-y tinge to your all-white living room, but they take nothing away from its gorgeous monochromatic finish.
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!
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!
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.