It’s a refreshing feeling, stepping into a warm living room that is filled with light. Somehow bright and well-lit interior creates a great combination of a calm and lively decor. The peacefulness doesn’t take anything away from the cheerfulness of the space. White is the obvious choice for such an interior, but that makes it all a very predictable affair. If you wish for something with a little more character, beige is the tone you’ll discover happiness with! Check out these amazing and elegant beige living rooms for more inspiration
From living room entertainment centers that are both trendy and unique to sideboards and wall-mounted modular units, this fabulous collection has it all. And the best part of it is that you also get a sneak peek of what is hip and happening in the world of living room decor as well!
With summer here most of our days are spent on the pool deck, patio, or any other outdoor space that we can find. It is the time to shed layers of extra clothing and to embrace the warmth out there; a luxury for people in some parts of the world that is fleeting. Yet, there are ways in which you can still enjoy that fuzzy, warm feeling each morning (or even afternoon) all year long by turning towards the sunroom. Often, homeowners feel that a dedicated sunroom needs lot of space and that is definitely not always true. Everything from a long corridor with glass walls to a corner in the living room can be easily turned into your very own ‘sunroom’.
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.
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!
Some indoor plants do well with medium to bright light, while others need much lower sunlight. But going beyond just light, keeping the heat and humidity inside the sunroom right is a big part of maintaining the health of those plants. This is truer in winter months when the temperatures can drop drastically and sunlight becomes a rare commodity. Consider another source of heat to supplement heat from sunlight during these chilly times.