Claudia Sorokina. Living Room. June 02nd , 2017.
For pastel-color lovers, here is an option perfect for you. The light blue theme is sparsely spread as accent in this house. The doors are really gorgeous, fitting the whole design together like jigsaw. The shell and starfish detail is even more perfect for coastal houses like this or if you just want an ocean vibe in your house. A private space for the reader or introvert, this idea is something you might want to consider. The sliding doors blend with these beautiful wooden panel walls and give this house that beautiful antique feel but with modern touches nonetheless.
First on the list is this wonderful space that - well, while the furniture are missing, you can see the wall where the television goes as well as some decorations in top of the shelves. I personally like the color of this wall that also serves as the accent wall in this area; the way that they added the shelves sure are neat and simple. Here is another wall where the television is placed - and like the photo before this, we see minimal shelving which is fine, because this means that this house could have a lot of storage somewhere or they prefer minimal display on their wall to let the focus remain with the television or that painting on the other side of the wall.
The royal blue sectional, the large white, vintage arm chair and the awesome looking center table are beautiful pieces of furniture that complement well with the design of the carpet - it is has a neutral material color which contrasts with the furniture and looks really good. What a beautiful couch! The color complements the color of the carpet and contrasts with the color of the flooring! Take a quick look at the entire living room and tell me that this is not a stunning space, because you and I know that it actually is. There may be minimal seating, but I think it looks real nice. This living room sure looks fine - just like how it is actually called. The color of the couch and the arm chairs look real regal and exquisite. The color scheme is elegant and really fancy; I think that this is one example of a fascinating living room that anyone would love to hang out in.
This picture gives us a glimpse of what a beauty the rest of this house might be. The door has the double X panels that looks beautifully historic and rustic. The walls and even the ceilings really go nicely together. This space seems to be at the attic given the shape of the ceiling. The floor space is not to wide but the design was able to maximize the area with the choice of furniture. The olive green doors that lead to another part of the house is doing beautifully by giving a color contrast to the pale-colored wood on the walls and ceiling. Wooden sliding doors can be used in modern interiors like in this house. The dark colored doors complement what little left seen of the floor. It is subtle but absolutely works well especially by contrasting the white fireplace, couchm and lamps.
Here is a stunning contemporary living room with a clear view of the outdoors - thanks to the glass sliding doors and this sure have stunning furniture; but notice that they have like three floating shelves! Pretty minimal, but still eye-catching! This living space sure looks like some entertainment space for the family. They have these awesome chairs that sure look comfy and really ideal for watching movies on large TV screens. The wall decals by the windows are nice and the wood panel behind the TV sure looks pretty. Talk about a wonderful yet small living space? This longitudinal living room is quite charming, it has a very limited space but the designer made sure that this space would look incredible! We see decorations on each side of the walls facing each other and I think it looks fun!
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