Elva Tucker. Living Room. July 09th , 2018.
You can maintain the simplicity of your living room and still find a way to add color by introducing accent pieces. They can take the form of furniture or decorations such as the pillows or the rug.
If you’d like the room to look cohesive and well put together, then the color you use on the walls, in this case a shade of turquoise, should also be included elsewhere in the room, in the form of accessories such as an ottoman, a lampshade, etc. the colors don’t have to be identical.
For example, a brown sofa would look nice in a room with neutral-colored walls such as off white or beige. Pure white might be a little too much so try to stay away from it. Other nice shades would be popcorn yellow or lemon yellow if you want to add cheer to the room.
Furniture taken out of context can be misleading – sure, it looks great in the pictures but what will it do for (or to) an actual living space in a real room of your home? These sizable shelving units are as much about making space as they are about storing books and other odds and ends. Most importantly, they are shown in creative interior design contexts rathre than posed against blank white backgrounds.
You have to be very careful when choosing the furniture for this room. First of all it has to look good and to match with the rest of the furniture from the other rooms or at least to share the same style. Then it has to be very comfortable, and I’m talking about the sofa, because you’ll be spending a lot of time in there. People usually meet there to simply talk or to spend some time together. So it has to loom good and to meet everyone’s needs. To be simple and comfortable.
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