Published at Wednesday, June 27th 2018, 05:06:00 AM by Savanna Espino. Sofa. This is an example of a more typical sectional sofa. The seating is ample, and it curves in an L-shape around this living room. The majority of the seats face the television, and there is a large square table in the center that can be easily used by nearly all of the seated occupants.
Published at Thursday, June 28th 2018, 07:35:24 AM by Elenora Tessaro. Coffee Tables. So it would be easier if everyone has a little piece in their own corner. Anyway, the design is quite interesting and it could come in handy sometimes. It would make an eye-catching piece in nay living room.
Published at Tuesday, June 19th 2018, 11:40:39 AM by Carmelina Landi. Living Room. Minimize technology, A common design dilemma in traditional rooms is how to incorporate modern technology like televisions. In this case the TV was placed above the fireplace in order to create a column effect and streamline the focal point, thus minimizing the impact of the television. In traditional spaces the more you can hide technology the better.
Published at Monday, May 14th 2018, 16:39:53 PM. Living Room By Truda Dreyer. Lovely and light living room. Making the right decorating decision sometimes means doing nothing at all. When a living room like the one in this East Hampton house is blessed with beautiful French doors and an abundance of light, a smart designer knows to leave well enough alone: Keep the windows undressed. Designer Larry Laslo did just that. He also enhanced the architecture’s airiness with a monochromatic palette of soft pearl and sand with dark wood accents.
Published at Saturday, May 12th 2018, 17:43:55 PM. Living Room By Savanna Espino. While an offbeat piece can certainly be incorporated as a contrast or statement piece, don`t stray too far from the traditional baseline. While it`s fun to experiment, if you're into really unexpected combinations, this probably isn't the style for you.
Published at Thursday, May 10th 2018, 20:02:37 PM. Living Room By Laverne Lacroix. 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, May 09th 2018, 07:02:25 AM. Living Room By Gracia Castellano. Minimize technology, A common design dilemma in traditional rooms is how to incorporate modern technology like televisions. In this case the TV was placed above the fireplace in order to create a column effect and streamline the focal point, thus minimizing the impact of the television. In traditional spaces the more you can hide technology the better.
Published at Tuesday, May 08th 2018, 20:51:54 PM. Living Room By Margherita Corvi. Long lasting style. Traditional style has stood the test of time for one simple reason - comfort. Elegant shapes, refined textiles, and a charmingly predictable sense of order make traditional style one that is always warm and welcoming. While decorating trends may change, traditional living rooms will always be in style.
Published at Monday, May 07th 2018, 19:49:30 PM. Living Room By Margherita Corvi. 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, May 04th 2018, 22:28:29 PM. Living Room By Margherita Corvi. Classic living room with modern touches. Just because a room is traditional it doesn't mean there isn't room for a great modern piece. This classic living room designed by Robinson Home is traditional in almost every way, but the lucite coffee table adds a modern uplift which pulls it into the present.