Averyl Dufour. Living Room. October 25th , 2017.
Living room with modern furniture. Throw away the rule book and mix modern and period elements for a space that is truly unique in every way. This open-plan living room is a mix of faded glitz and bygone glamour with its graphic patterned concrete floor, bold-shaped furniture and beautiful gold detailing. Large windows open-up on to a conservatory filled with lush foliage.
Living area with low-level furniture, low-level furniture will help to create a sense of space in your open-plan scheme, especially when combined with floor-to-ceiling windows. Sitting and dining areas in unifying tones, a symphony of blues and greens creates a sense of unity between dining and sitting spaces.
A formal, parlour-style living room demands decorative lighting to impress, whether it’s a statement standard lamp or a designer chandelier. You might also consider adding accent lighting, such as a picture light to draw attention to a favourite work of art. It’s a good idea to have at least two electrical circuits for your living room lighting – one for the main light, and one for softer lighting – as well as dimmer switches so you can control the level of light to suit the time of day, task and mood.
Open-plan areas with linking accent colour. In a larger open-plan room, continue your design scheme to draw the eye to the back of the room. A mélange of styles, colours and eras and show-stopping prints give each zone its own distinctive style, while still linking the two areas together.
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