Blue living room designs can also be more colorful than that. You can use blue for the walls as well, although you should consider pastel tones instead of bright tones because you don’t want to create an overwhelming decor. By using vintage designs and textured fabrics, together with a combination of blue and cream you’ll get a fresh look and serene atmosphere. Also, it will be easy to create a classic balance.
If you decide to use turquoise as an accent color in your living room, then you should find a way to make the room look well-balanced. Spread the turquoise elements evenly throughout the room rather than grouping them all in one place.
From a green wallpaper design built of actual moss to a delicate-looking moss-made room divider, there is an apparent two-dimensional organizational aesthetic at work but, at the same time, there is an organic randomness as well as a tangible texture and depth across each surface – all part of an intentional interplay between nature and human design orchestrated by Japanese designers at Nendo.
Green walls and roofs are growing (no pun intended) more popular every day in both private home designs and public design projects, but one interior designer has taken the idea to the next level, bringing to life interior wall surfaces with real greenery.
Each unit can rotate into various functional configurations and can also exist off the grid; they rely on a highly-insulated exterior shells, a series of solar panels and mini-turbines on either end (that both generate power and pump rainwater to waiting collectors).
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