Cassie Ryan. Living Room. July 18th , 2018.
Here we have a multitude of contrasts, from the white and black juxtaposition to the contrast of textures, shades and type of color. The fireplace unit starts of contrast of brown shades and delimitates the cold vs. warm colors used for the artwork.
A tan couch offers you two options: either select a red shade and give the room a bold look or go with a contrasting color for a contemporary look. Turquoise, emerald green, lime yellow or purple are great options.
The history of houses as we know them today began back in prehistoric days. Back then people used to live in trees. They then moved into caves and later they started building shelters. With time, they began to create more elaborate designs and to make larger and stronger houses for their families. By the 1500s we already had houses that were 3 or 4-stories high.
The size of a room doesn’t always define it. For example, this living room is quite small and narrow but, by using bright colors, simple forms and delicate accessories, it became spacious and airy. The chandelier is very beautiful indeed.
You can also use blue for the rug or carpet and for other items as well such as the lamps, the decorative pillows or even the furniture itself. Blue is a color that looks absolutely wonderful when combined with brown and beige. The atmosphere becomes so inviting and calm that you’ll want to spend the whole day in the living room.
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