Averyl Dufour. Living Room. October 26th , 2017.
Symmetrical open space in neutral shades. Large windows enhance the light in this open-plan living room. An almost symmetrical feel keeps the space looking neat and cohesive. Vintage bowls and photographs add an air of sophistication to this contemporary living room, while bold colour accents accentuate a neutral scheme to bring it to life.
Freestanding storage unit room divider. A bold, eclectic approach works well in an open living room as there is space to breathe. A bespoke yellow cabinet acts as a room divider between living and dining areas, while still maintaining an open feel. This is also a good way to introduce a hit of colour to a plain colour scheme. This cleverly designed unit also stores the television, books and glassware.
Plantation-chic living room. This colonial-style rattan chair works equally well indoors and out. Casual in its construction, the colour makes it more adaptable and it works equally well in a contemporary, traditional or country living room. Accents of blue reflect the seaside views, while a colourful rug and sofa liven up the predominantly white look.
Traditional living room, a spacious room is the perfect place to show off a collection, bringing real personality to a scheme. Here, a display of well-chosen antiques adds interest while the collection of ornate plaster pieces runs out into the entrance hall for a sense of continuity.
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