When the interior needs to be simple, clean and airy, many designers use contrasts to create focal points. For example, this living room features a combination of light and dark shades, beiges and dark brown or even black.
Whether or not you are actually looking for new living room furniture, these designers are adept at showing the variety of possible strategies one can employ in redocarating an interior living space.
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.
Often considered an exotic color, turquoise is, in fact, one of the easiest shades to use in interior design and decor. It can be soothing as well as bold and vibrant and it can adapt to a variety of styles, ambiances and influences. Here are a few ways in which you can use this color in your living room.
The size of a room doesn’t always define it. For example, this living room is quite small and narrow but, by using bright colors, simple forms and delicate accessories, it became spacious and airy. The chandelier is very beautiful indeed.
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