When it comes down to making your living room look bright and fresh, don’t forget about the importance of the curtains that you choose. They can either make or break the room, so choose wisely! If you are wishing for a refreshed, pastel look that will help your living room reach its potential, mint curtains are the latest trend!
There are plenty of beige hues to play with, from soft cream to dark sand. You can easily layer them within one room and awaken the traditional ambiance.
Beige is the Switzerland of colors. It’s so neutral it can easily work with all colors and styles. A simple beige living room appears elegant and posh, but add some rustic elements to it and watch it transform like a chameleon into a cozy room radiating hospitality.
This open and breezy room is so delightful and inviting! The natural lighting is a strong attribute that marvelously lights up the colorful furniture and corresponding plants!
Reclaimed barn wood or old planks of wood from the attic given a new lease of life might not always fit in seamlessly with the aesthetics of a contemporary living rom. If you are looking for a finish that is far more urbane and classy, the accent walls in redwood, cedar or other locally sourced woods make a good option. The idea here is to cut back of excesses and to keep the visual appeal of the wooden accent wall minimal even while allowing the natural grace of wood to shine through. The more neutral the living room is, greater will be the impact of this woodsy composition.
As is the case with most living room and kitchen compositions from Scavolini in the last 12 months, Carattere also relies heavily on the Fluida Wall System to create a wide range of spatial solutions. Adding to storage capacity of this open shelving system are bespoke, wall-mounted cabinets and storage units that also double as stylish entertainments hubs which complete your TV wall. LED strip lighting, smart floating shelves and large credenza-styled contemporary units complete a living room idea that effortlessly flows into the kitchen and the dining space.