Contrast is still a major part of the monochromatic living space and adding a hint of black here and there to the white living space helps immensely. This can come in the form of accent pillows with black piping, dark, metallic window frames or even a simple striped rug in black and white. Remember though that the line between a monochromatic living room drenched in white and one that veers towards a minimal, black and white color palette can be pretty slim at times! Yet, make sure there is a contrasting darker element in it all somewhere to anchor the room.
If those slim TV units seem a touch too boring for your taste, try out wall-mounted or freestanding units that utilize vertical space in the living room. With a metallic frame and swiveling TV stand, these tall units are ideal for those who wish to enjoy their favorite TV shows from the kitchen and dining area of the small studio apartment.
One of the greatest things about a beige living room is how well it plays with the daylight! It doesn’t reflect it as much as a white room would and it appears much more cozy while still remaining very bright!
This open and bright living room looks free and airy! If you leave all the windows open and let the wind in it might feel like you are standing on a windy beach, surrounded by the sea, whose color is so beautifully represented by the blue furniture and pillows!