Living Room / June 13, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
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.
Show off your key focal point by framing it appropriately painting a wall a strong colour is the perfect backdrop for, say, striking artwork, a dramatic mirror, or display. Consider lighting, too this should be arranged to show off your chosen focal point to best advantage so that it doesn’t get ‘lost’ once night falls… and of course, there’s no reason why a fabulous light fixture, such as a sparkling chandelier or dramatic pendant, shouldn’t be the star, too.
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.
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.
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