The visible beams in this living room are a raw farmhouse element that, in combination with the beautiful fireplace and defining beige interior, contribute to a cozy living space, one you’ll be honored to call home.
A modular sofa need not always be used to usher in bold color. You can still go down the tried and tested neutral route and add a couch in light bluish-gray, pastel pink or just plain brown while embracing the adaptability. Here, it is the functional aspect of the modular couch that becomes the protagonist while its aesthetics feel no different from a regular sofa in white or gray.
Compared to its fairer nephew, the black sofa seems much more popular in modern homes and it fits in well with styles ranging from minimal to masculine and industrial. It is generally the black leather couch that heads the list here with tufted sectionals coming in close behind. Simple and stylish, a couch in black or darker shades of gray makes an even bigger impact when the backdrop is kept as neutral and unassuming as possible.
The faint beige colors are a clear defining factor in this coastal living room. It radiates beachy vibes, intensified by the decorative branch on the table.
A minimalist living room will thrive with a neutral color palette. If you’re going for a neat and simplistic look, you won’t need more than a select few decor pieces on the transparent coffee table!
Coastal living rooms don’t need to have too many decor elements; in fact, sometimes less is more! As long as your key decor pieces capture the spirit of the beach like the rope in a jar does minimalism can still be embraced!