By Sing0. Living Room. At Wednesday, June 06th 2018, 09:06:21 AM.
Yellow and green living room, One of the trademarks of traditional design is (what some people consider to be) fussy details. These details are represented in this room by Gray Walker Interiors by the ruffled decoration at the top of the window treatments and the fringe at the bottom of the arm chairs. When used in moderation these types of embellishments add just the right amount of ornamentation. When it comes to traditional rooms a little fuss never hurt anyone!
Bold pattern in a living room. While traditional rooms have a reputation for being calm and relaxing, they do like to have a little fun by way of patterns. Plaids, toiles, stripes, and florals are all perfectly at home - especially large scale versions of these patterns, as featured in this room from So Cal Contractors. Geometrics and animal prints can also be incorporated, but use them sparingly as they can throw off the vibe and take the style in a different direction.
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.
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.