Published at Sunday, July 22nd 2018, 09:33:30 AM by Hisolda Cox. Interior. In the garden. Add shades of green to a black-and-white motif to introduce a welcome natural element into the mix. Pretty pastels, this ladylike room combines creamy fabrics with springtime greens and blues for a design that inspires lots of smiles. Lively design, this formal living room shows off pops of kelly green, bright golds and graphic prints to make a statement that is cohesive, but far from boring.
Published at Thursday, July 26th 2018, 17:18:44 PM by Gracia Castellano. Living Room. Dark and dramatic living room. Perhaps no style lends itself as well to drama as traditional style rooms. All it takes is a dark, rich wall color to enhance the inherent elegance and class. Toss a roaring fire in this room from Misiaszek Turpin Architects and you`ve got a recipe for a dramatically cozy space.
Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 19:36:41 PM by Chalina Fuentes. Sofa. Some sofas are quite elegant, with highly detailed woodwork and stunning ornamentation. These kinds of sofas are perfect for styles that aim for an elegant and elevated appeal. The sofa above has enough design to make it sophisticated without being overly stuffy.
Published at Wednesday, July 18th 2018, 05:16:12 AM. Living Room By Adaliz Moreau. Whether it´s the arms of a sofa or chair, a demi lune table, or a carved console, there´s a softness to furniture that gives traditional rooms an aura of relaxation. In this room from Stratus Group, you can see it in the seating, the light fixtures and the clock.
Published at Tuesday, July 17th 2018, 20:03:42 PM. Living Room By Delfina Stavros. 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 Tuesday, July 17th 2018, 09:11:49 AM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. This means no jewel tones, and certainly nothing overly bright or neon. Reds, blues, greens and yellows are right at home, as are every possible shade of white, taupe, beige and gray.
Published at Tuesday, July 17th 2018, 09:06:44 AM. Coffee Tables By Jana Kearney. In an attempt to bring something new to the table, literally, Thomas Bentzen has created the Around coffee table. It’s a very simple piece of furniture with a minimalist design and a modern and versatile look. It would make a nice addition to the living room and it would look best in modern and contemporary homes but it could also be adapted to a more traditional interior.
Published at Tuesday, July 17th 2018, 09:00:48 AM. Living Room By Axelle Thys. New traditional living room. "New Traditional" is a style that has evolved out of classic traditional style rooms. Many of the rules still apply, but everything is just a little bit sleeker. Furniture is slightly more contemporary, window treatments are cleaner and free of pleats or frills, and fabrics are largely solid and neutral. For people who like the idea of traditional living rooms but want something a little more current, a new traditional room like this one designed by Highgate House is the way to go.
Published at Monday, July 16th 2018, 17:32:13 PM. Living Room By Hisolda Cox. Farrow & Ball’s “Skimming Stone” is painted on the walls, while the wood comes clean in the venerable paint company’s “All White.” Silver-gray cocktail and side tables pick up the thread of color from the room’s gray-and-white striped Elizabeth Eakins rug, while the furniture remains calm in white upholstery fabrics. Even the accessories on the fireplace wall’s shelves are pared down for importance. Most notable is the pair of antique lanterns on the middle shelves.
Published at Monday, July 16th 2018, 07:50:55 AM. Living Room By Gracia Castellano. 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.