Go back to nature and take beautiful sage tones inside the house. The gray infused with green will look like a breath of fresh air and add the right touch of intrigue as a backdrop to the gallery wall in this living room designed by Tamsin Johnson. Real estate property
Interior designer Janie Molster says there isn’t too much pink, and we agree, especially when red and white striped furniture cheer her up. But if you just want to play with the bright color, start painting a smaller area in your home, like in the beautiful corner of the window. Gives a romantic glow without looking like you painted the walls with bubble gum.
Warmer than white, but still neutral, cream is the perfect setting for a cozy living room. In this living room designed by Heidi Caillier, jute carpet, wood finishes and brass details are reflected in the color of the painting, while marble veins and blue bursts contrast very well with her.
The pale blue walls give this living room designed by Heather Hilliard a relaxing environment, while the white ceilings help to break the blue and make the room more bright and airy. Meanwhile, Lucita’s green coffee table injects a youthful and vivid energy that animates the sky blue stage and the floral sofa without colliding with the traditional elements of the surroundings.
Why choose a fun ink color when you can choose two? We love the romantic but surprisingly cool color scheme of the red and violet fire truck in this space of Katie Brown. Bohemian embroidered pillows tie everything very well. This is another excellent way to address the design process of the living room: start with a couple of fun pillows, then remove your two favorite colors to highlight on the walls and ceiling.
Designed by Fiona Lynch Studio, this modern living room is a master class on how to use bold and unusual colors with restrictions. The screen of pistachios washed with lime and the painted fireplace add enough lightness and texture to leave the room outside the room, but they still look minimalist.
These orange walls provide a dynamic backdrop for works of art and an emerald green lamp in a room by Matthew Bees. It is unexpected, but it makes the room look so sunny.