Kynthia Stavros. Living Room. May 26th , 2017.
Gallery walls are one definite piece of Scandinavian decor. In the prints and photos you choose, keep them black, white and neutral tones with maybe a hint of the pastels you chose. Add a gilded frame to one or two prints, depending on how many you have, and you’ll create a gallery wall fit for any Pinterest board.
And speaking of textures, faux fur for the win. It comes in so many different shades that it‘s easy to have two; a light color for summer and a dark shade for winter. Faux fur adds instant interest and warmth to your living room. So grab the pillow or throw the rug in the corner by the comfy chair.
Warm orange is an absolutely delicious color choice for a living room, and not just because it‘s pumpkin season. There is something inherently inviting and soothing when it comes to the colors illustrating fall spices. Opting for a rich, warm hue like this in the living room helps to balance out a space with somewhat harsh contemporary lines, with all the angles and sparse décor. The color fills in any gaps and leaves nothing wanting in this living room.
Burgundy and other wine “flavored“ colors are coming back as palette-able (haha) color options for contemporary spaces, particularly living rooms. Burgundy had its heyday in the 1990s but has disappeared for awhile. Its rich depth works well on larger living room pieces or even walls because it‘s somewhat neutral but with a hint of something more.
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