Published at Tuesday, June 26th 2018, 17:03:36 PM by Chalina Fuentes. Living Room.
´Natalie‐Epstein‐Design’ makes this sunken living–room. Your present living‐room can be transformed into such a step‐down one when you have to remove the partition–walls separating ‘kitchen‘ and living plus dining with family spaces. Also to generate one huge as well as open area during entire remodel of your home. Here, the area is separated from kitchen together with open‐glass‐shelves plus cabinets and which are turned into deck space.
Published at Friday, July 27th 2018, 08:04:08 AM by Seana MacAleese. Living Room. Sophisticated living room, traditional design can be tricky, because if you use the wrong finishes it can quickly look dated. The main finishes to avoid are polished brass (too 80's) and chrome (too contemporary). Instead look for more muted metals that have a nice patina like the ones used in this traditional living room from Dayna Kaitlin Interiors. Think oil rubbed bronze and ever so slightly tarnished silver.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 09:02:32 AM. Interior By Laverne Lacroix. Inviting corner, this breezy Florida living room (with happy-hued pillows) is as pretty as it is practical. The sofa is upholstered in water-resistant fabric to create a put-your-feet-up attitude. Bold and bright, inject personality into your living space with energetic hues and quirky secondhand finds, like this colorful apartment´s coral sofa and gilded accent pieces.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 05:38:37 AM. Coffee Tables By Berta Nucci. This intriguing coffee table is not special just because it’s made from aluminum. It also an intriguing shape. It’s round, but this is not news. The interesting thing about this coffee table is that you can’t distinguish the base from the top, they are just one piece. And another detail is that hole in the middle.
Published at Tuesday, July 24th 2018, 19:36:21 PM. Living Room By Axelle Thys. Light blue living room. Traditional style is often associated with grand spaces, but there‘s no reason why a smaller space can‘t be decorated in an elegant, traditional way. This room has very high ceilings but not a lot of floor space, so designer Amanda Carol substituted a coffee table for two stools, used large scale art to balance out the window, and incorporated tall millwork over the mantel to draw the eye upwards. The result is a somewhat small space that appears much grander than it really is.
Published at Tuesday, July 24th 2018, 10:19:11 AM. Living Room By Carmelina Landi. Sterling design, Dove gray and attention to detail create serene sophistication in the living room of this Connecticut home overlooking Long Island Sound. “I didn’t want a beachy home so we went with dark floors and classic details,” says the owner, architectural designer Louise Brooks.
Published at Tuesday, July 24th 2018, 09:13:29 AM. Living Room By Elenora Tessaro. A polished palette. The large living room in this DC Design House (Washington, D.C.) exudes elegance with a deftly played palette that keeps all parts of the space in harmony. A tasteful mix of icy blue, ivory, yellow, white, and khaki creates the polished look.
Published at Monday, July 23rd 2018, 18:44:46 PM. Interior By Jana Kearney. Elegant bungalow, our home design director Sarah Richardson elevated this cozy gray-and-cream bungalow with surprising touches of orange. Understated glam, a neutral palette doesn't always mean playing it safe. Layer textures and mix in flea market finds to keep things interesting like this glam home and avoid a flat appearance.
Published at Monday, July 23rd 2018, 18:42:16 PM. Interior By Chalina Fuentes. Perfect symmetry. When in doubt, choosing dual accents (coffee tables, lamps, pillows, frames) always makes for a balanced look. Go eclectic, instead of a classic wooden coffee table, choose a colorful one, like this teal option which is meant to mirror the couch.