Published at Monday, December 12th 2016, 15:48:52 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Teen Room.
The second room, from image Svitlana Petelko is more representative bedroom, with a mushy sided bed taking up much of the region. The study space in this room is particularly notable. Not only does the desk provide ample room for a computer as well as any handwritten tasks.
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 14:56:24 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Can you think that this sturdy lookin’ TV chassis was made out of old fence wood? Using a few gates that were gusted down after a big storm, the folks over at Remodelaholic created the perfect structure to tie their television in with the rest of their cozy decor.
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 14:13:37 PM by Bertille Monnier. Living Room.
Think of eclectic living areas and one picture loads of bright colors and accessories that seem a touch tacky and bold. Yet there are many different plans to go eclectic while letting the style to blend in nicely with the rest of your more modern home. An eclectic living space, expressly a small one, need not be filled with furniture and accessories beyond necessity. In tiny living areas, try and choose a bold couch, a coffee table with a metallic glint and a plush rug with a splash of color to create the same visual affect while keeping the space visually uncluttered.
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 14:07:54 PM by Sorrel Guyot. Living Room.
A counter-culture revolution, an attempt to revive a nostalgic past, an artistic endeavor by some to give a new life to the discarded, and a easy necessity dictated by budget constraints for others – Shabby chic model was born in the 1980s because of all those various reasons and more. What started as an alternative to tacky consumerism by those who considered themselves faraway more artistic or just ‘rebels’ of the design world has now become a full-blown, mainstream trend that seems to be growing more popular by the day. If you are a lover of shabby chic, you will definitely fall in love with the amazing inspirations on display today!
Published at Thursday, July 06th 2017, 13:46:42 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
Swapping your tedious, old coffee table in wood for the ostentatious new alternative that is upholstered has many value of its own. For starters, upholstered ottomans and coffee tables are a great choice for those who wish to add some color to their living space in an understated and elegant fashion. The choices are obviously endless, and you can produce a custom coffee table that complements the color and pattern of your existing sofa set. From pastel pink to beachy blue, an upholstered coffee table can annex a fun twist to the color scheme of the living space without ever apparent out of place.
Published at Tuesday, July 04th 2017, 12:15:04 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
A living room that communicate with the kitchen and dining room in an open plan space has almost become the norm in recent times. It is barely a surprise then that most modern designers are responding to this hot trend with living area compositions that can adapt and become one with their surroundings. Epitomizing this style and reinventing it with sculptural grace and inherent minimalism is the gorgeous Flux Swing series from Scavolini. Crafted by Giugiaro Design, each of these living space arrangements proffers something unique and exceptional while showcasing the immense potential of this eye-catching lineup.
Published at Tuesday, July 04th 2017, 12:11:21 PM by Cachet Le Gall. Living Room.
One object that Victorian style is not short of is visual luxury. Richness in texture, color and fabric are an complete must for the classic Victorian-style living room. Move away from the usual boredom of gray and white and think of backdrops clad in brighter and more royal tones like purple, dark shades of coral and blue, and lively hues of yellow. Brilliant chandeliers, clever ambient lighting and glittering metallic accents will elevate the style quotient of this ageless living space without ever interfering with its distinct style.
Published at Tuesday, July 04th 2017, 11:45:10 AM by Page Marin. Living Room.
There comes a time when mere functionality doesn't do it anymore and you are looking for new ways to elevate the aesthetics of your living room. In the era of the open plan living, it is additions like carpets, lighting fixtures and accent pillows that generally permit you to give the living space a quick makeover. But those who want to describe area in the family room without really turning to walls require something extra distinct. A room divider is the ideal option, as it allows you to divide the living area from the kitchen, dining space or even house office next to it without fully cutting off one area from the next.