By Sing0. Living Room. At Tuesday, February 26th 2019, 22:33:37 PM.
Print chairs in a living room. In traditional living rooms the pieces don't all need to match, but they should definitely relate to each other in terms of style, shape, and overall weight, like they do in this room designed by McGrath II.
Shades of blue in the living room. Just because a room is traditional it doesn´t mean it can´t still have one or two modern pieces. A mid century modern sputnik chandelier is the perfect addition to this traditional living room from VV Design. It creates contrast and adds an element of urban cool to this elegant space.
Then look inside the fireplace. The brick firebox is laid in a herringbone pattern. Subtle. The fauteuil facing the fireplace is a taupe velvet cut to create a 3D swirl pattern. And both the sofa and the club chair opposite it play the texture game with their small-weave diamonds. With the exception of the decorative pillows, the only non-textured pattern is at the windows. A tone-on-tone. Quiet. Elegant.
But what are ´harmonious´ tones? They can be dissimilar colors also shades of the same hue, known as a monochromatic tone design. Many population think that only black and gray also white are monochromatic. But in veracity, any tone can be used in a ’monochromatic‘ hue palette. Analogous hue is another sort‐of‐harmonious color amalgamation. These are tones which‐are next to ‐each other` on the color wheel. Some example are blue also green plus red with orange also purple with blue.
Have–you–ever 'wondered' why some living‐rooms look snug also ’inviting’ while‐others‐seem to fall–flat or simply look incomplete? I´ll let you in on a scheme secret: it‘s the tones. Appending harmonious shades to your hue design not only adds diversity also depth but feelings of calm plus peace. They are the tones that can take your living―room from "okay" to "fabulous"!