Published at Saturday, June 30th 2018, 21:53:25 PM by Arlene Ivers. Living Room. A large table in front of the fireplace divides the space into two conversation areas, and its yellow-and-white cotton striped skirt introduces a sunny spirit that’s essential for a room so large to feel livable. Matching sisal rugs define both sides of the room, and their Greek-key edges are banded in yellow to plant the palette underfoot.
Published at Thursday, June 28th 2018, 19:04:55 PM by Truda Dreyer. Interior. Add seating with a window seat. Turn a window niche into a mini living area with a window seat. Choose slender, leggy furniture for small spaces because they take up less visual space. The eye is fooled into thinking the space is larger because you can see under and through these pieces of furniture. Add storage without eating up floor space by building shelves into the space between wall studs.
Published at Friday, June 29th 2018, 09:51:59 AM by Arlene Ivers. Living Room. This means no jewel tones, and certainly nothing overly bright or neon. Reds, blues, greens and yellows are right at home, as are every possible shade of white, taupe, beige and gray.
Published at Saturday, July 14th 2018, 20:19:00 PM. Coffee Tables By Margherita Corvi. Coffee tables have a tradition of having unique and interesting designs. That’s because the coffee table is not an indispensable furniture piece, like the dining table or the sofa for example. It’s a piece that you can live without but it’s also a nice piece to have, especially if you like to enjoy your coffee in the morning.
Published at Saturday, July 14th 2018, 16:42:42 PM. Sofa By Savanna Espino. If you don’t have a need for a great deal of seating, you can opt for a loveseat as your primary seating. This works well in a small space, or even if you just want your space to appear larger and more open.
Published at Saturday, July 14th 2018, 16:33:03 PM. Sofa By Laverne Lacroix. When you use a standard sofa as your primary piece of furniture, you can use chairs and other seating options to increase the number of places people can sit. The sofa is still the center of the room, and often the best seat in the house. If you want your sofa to stand out, you can contrast it with the other pieces of furniture in the room. This makes the sofa stand out, and draws attention to it as your primary seating.
Published at Saturday, July 14th 2018, 16:32:33 PM. Sofa By Laverne Lacroix. In this picture we can see two matching sofas facing one another. These sofas have rich reddish-brown tones of leather that make them perfect for a rustic and warm appeal. If you have a sofa that you like, but want more seating, you can get matching pieces. If a piece works and you have room for more, go for it.
Published at Sunday, July 01st 2018, 20:30:16 PM. Bookcases By Adaliz Moreau. Spotlight what’s precious. A teeny tiny shelf calls for a really special something. Display an item that has a personal story behind it, because inevitably people will ask for one. Give them space, extend built-ins to create a frame for the door or adjoining room. Take advantage of all that space by displaying photos, art, and some well-chosen trinkets among the books.
Published at Saturday, June 30th 2018, 21:53:25 PM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. Elegance with an edge. So can a living room be elegant and edgy all at once? The Honolulu home of designer Marion Philpotts Miller suggests the answer is yes. Certain stately furnishings like a grand piano are fixtures of finery, and music-loving Miller is a fan.
Published at Friday, June 29th 2018, 09:51:59 AM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. Built-in bookcases. Built-in bookcases are an ideal storage solution for traditional living rooms. To make sure the look doesn’t veer into contemporary territory, consider adding some decorative moulding around the perimeter, picture lights at the top, and be sure to use traditional hardware on cabinet doors. A simple design like this one courtesy of Nastasi Vail Design is ideal.