Published at Thursday, July 19th 2018, 07:00:14 AM by Carmelina Landi. Living Room. Exposed beams in a living room. While it‘s normal to see a fair bit of color in traditional living rooms, an all neutral space like this one is more than acceptable. And while a lot of frills and details are also often found in traditional rooms, they are not mandatory. This room, designed by Markalunas Architecture Group, is more demure than most traditional spaces, but still fits in thanks to the architecture, materials, and symmetrical furniture arrangements.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 19:36:41 PM by Chalina Fuentes. Sofa. This is an example of an ultra sleek and modern sectional sofa. There are no backs, just the seating area on legs with pillows that wraps in a U-shape. This is a great for a minimalist design, as the sectional has a minimal impact on the space and a sleek and simple profile.
Published at Saturday, July 14th 2018, 16:33:03 PM. Sofa By Laverne Lacroix. Loveseats, a modern loveseat is very similar to a standard sofa, but shorter. They typically seat only two people. Old style loveseats were in an S shape so that the two people sitting in them could face one another, but these kinds of loveseats are not often found anymore. Now loveseats are defined by having two seats side by side.
Published at Saturday, July 14th 2018, 16:32:33 PM. Sofa By Laverne Lacroix. Sectional sofas are great for lining walls, fitting into corners, or dividing a space into sections. If you can find a sectional that fits your space perfectly, you can make it seem like the sectional sofa was designed especially for that area.
Published at Sunday, July 01st 2018, 20:30:16 PM. Bookcases By Adaliz Moreau. Mid-century inspiration. The slender proportions common to mid-century modern architecture inspired this shelf—and the slats it bisects. The fringed gourds show the power of the rule of three: Group accessories in trios to make them look like a collection.
Published at Saturday, June 30th 2018, 21:53:25 PM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. Dramatic window treatments. To really bring home the traditional style, make sure to include dramatic floor-to-ceiling window treatments like the ones in this room decorated by Salvesen Graham. They can be pleated or not, have valances or not, and use tiebacks or not - but make sure they go all the way from the floor to the ceiling in order to get the full effect.
Published at Friday, June 29th 2018, 09:51:59 AM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. Panelled walls, Nothing says traditional like a room with mahogany or cherry panelled walls. Different from the cheap veneer paneling popular in the 1970’s, the solid wood, rich color and detailed millwork, like in this room from PFA Design Group, is a hallmark of traditional style.
Published at Thursday, June 28th 2018, 19:04:55 PM. Interior By Truda Dreyer. Natural textures, this Connecticut farmhouse nails country style. Underused neutrals rust and charcoal echo throughout with woodsy elements like oak, cedar, stone and leather. Global home, a Dallas home feels bohemian and well-traveled thanks to wood floors and gray walls. The neutral base helps a bold kilim-covered sofa and mix-and-match throw pillows shine.
Published at Thursday, June 28th 2018, 07:35:24 AM. Coffee Tables By Elenora Tessaro.
When you´re selecting the form of your coffee―table and take cues from the layout of your space plus the form of your sofa also chairs. If your furniture design is boxy plus a square–table makes sense. If your area is longer plus your furniture design follows suit and a longer oval or uniquely shaped table might be a preferable fit.