Living Room / June 7, 2018 / Gaetane Noemi.
In terms of living room ideas, UK homes often seek to use traditional design motifs, particularly in period homes that wouldn't look quite right with anything else. There's a real time and a place for classic and sophisticated recognisable tropes of interior design and older homes with a little history are most definitely the right location.
An asymmetrical scheme avoids such exacting repetition, and relies on balancing the look with items of a similar size or visual weight, texture and colour. It’s less obvious – and more casual – than a formal scheme, but still feels well thought through.
You might have thought that this was a minimal living room, but actually, it's modernist. The sofa style, distinctive coffee table and dramatic lighting all scream of bold modernist styling and with a large piece of art on the wall as well, this is a beautifully cultural and era-defined living room.
Some people might see some Scandinavian traits here and that's true, but the addition of a polished concrete wall adds in a touch of modern industrial flavour. The large amount of white space really helps to keep the overall vibe really fresh.
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