Living Room / June 6, 2018 / Francis Raoul.
This arrangement from Andrew Martin, featuring the Cadogan sofa, is simple, uncluttered and arresting, not only because of its symmetry, but because of the different textures that are brought into play.
Warm, enveloping and charmingly simplistic, rustic living rooms are always a real treat to behold and the best part is that they can work well as either a large-scale installation or as a small living room idea. Thanks to a lot of natural elements being brought into play, you can decide whether you want an airy or a cosy vibe and adapt your ethos from there.
The room set above – featuring stylish pieces from Interiors – is a great example of asymmetric symmetry with furniture arranged to balance rather than mirror. The two club chairs are placed precisely across from the modular sofa, as are the two padded stools, so the overall look is neat and contained.
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.
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