Living Room / April 27, 2018 / Francis Raoul.
Based around natural materials, muted colours and pretty patterns, Scandinavian living rooms have a very relaxed and chic vibe. Natural wood will usually play a central role and add to a very warm and comfortable look.
Great for a living room that is perhaps an unusual shape or unfortunately sized, an eclectic design ethos can be wonderfully adaptable, exciting and eye-catching, not to mention a fabulous way to express your true self.
If you want a living room with a difference, it definitely can't hurt to embrace a striking piece of wall art as your main focal point. Here, thanks to an understated sofa and neutral colour scheme, all eyes are firmly on the art and that in itself alludes to a real gallery feel.
Grey has been gradually increasing in popularity over the last two years and has finally reached the pinnacle of interior design accomplishments, in the sense that it is now one of the colours for an on-trend and gorgeous lounge. The true genius of grey is that there is a shade for everyone.
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