Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:33:41 PM by Ron Hines. Living Room Design. An L-shaped sofa in the living room next to a robust wooden coffee table entices guests and family to enjoy each other’s company. A socially compact living room with the necessities at hand is preferred to a spacious but cold space. The Brindabella Residence offers a version of this idea, a very warm and sleek design, a hybrid between minimalism, traditionalism and functionality.
Published at Sunday, December 15th 2019, 06:27:56 AM. Interior Design By William Garcia. Transitional is a comfortable style that draws from traditional and contemporary lines. This popular style works well for updating a traditional home without going in an entirely different decorating direction. If your room already has a strong style story, simple additions won’t detract from what you already have in there. If your room is neutral or decorated in simple furnishings, then look for dynamic new pieces that give your space that pulled-together look.
Published at Sunday, December 15th 2019, 06:21:19 AM. Living Room Design By Ron Hines. This Australian beach home living room reflects a relaxed atmosphere rich in comforting textures, a balanced color palette and spaciousness inviting to socialization. The teak-dressed Eagle Bay Residence is thus an example for those searching for a way to transform their living room layout into the main social space. With an open kitchen nearby, cooking, eating and lounging become a continuous energetic flow.
Published at Sunday, December 15th 2019, 06:17:27 AM. Living Room Design By Lauren Bray. If you’re looking for a place to get started, we recommend one of our Freshome favorites: the Drake Sofa from West Elm, pictured above in Twill in Dark Horseradish. Some of our writers love the bright pop of yellow, while others prefer the more lush look of Distressed Velvet in Forest or Dusty Blush. All this to say, your accent furniture is a place to showcase your design preferences and pick a piece that will wow your friends.
Published at Saturday, December 14th 2019, 08:37:10 AM. Interior Design By Jay Browne. When you want to play with texture, look first at the material. Leather, wood, fabric, metal or faux fur would all impart something different to your design. Start with a white leather loveseat and two metal chairs, and pair them with a cozy black throw blanket or rug. Next, add pattern and details with statement accent pillows, such as ones with black/ivory patterns in chevron or geometric shapes, or coralline black tassels.
Published at Saturday, December 14th 2019, 08:31:10 AM. Living Room Design By Erin Gardiner. No ceiling lights? No problem! You can still create a central light source with an arc floor lamp. The arcs on these types of lamps are generally fairly high, ensuring that no one will bump their heard when walking underneath, but considered placement is still important. Keep in mind that these lamps are quite modern and work best in contemporary settings.
Published at Saturday, December 14th 2019, 08:21:33 AM. Living Room Design By Danielle Kerr. When polled, we all agreed that there are a few key elements every living room simply must contain. There’s the couch, comfortable and large enough to seat everyone in the family. Then there’s the accent furniture that makes the space pop. And we can’t forget the TV that often serves as the hearth of the home in the digital age. But what sets one living room apart from another? It’s all about the personality and the pieces you gather in the space. We polled our Freshome team to find out which pieces are absolutely critical in a dream living room and which can make all the difference when it comes to your design.
Published at Thursday, December 12th 2019, 19:35:24 PM. Living Room Design By Audra Cobb. Taking as example this Singaporean home powerful enough to recharge you after a hard day, you can create our own dreamy living room. Open towards the garden via glass walls, this semi-outdoor living room proves compact properties can just as well benefit from the sun. There is no longer a delimitation between the garden and the living room, creating a comforting feeling of inseparability from nature, the one that should define us all.