Madre Sandoval. Living Room. April 15th , 2017.
If you’re like me, you‘re always changing out prints and photos when you find a new one you love. I would suggest a photo ledge instead of a gallery wall. This enables you to switch out the contents of your frames with ease and even add pieces like plates and plants.
Let‘s be real for a minute: few items of decor are as cozying as plaid. Plaid upholstery, walls, throw pillows, rugs, etc. On whatever and wherever plaid finds itself, the immediate surroundings feel friendlier, more familiar, and inviting. Plaid works in the contemporary space, though, because of its solid classic grid pattern, so the two pieces make an excellent pairing.
As a beautifully balanced cross between, or combination of, green and blue, teal itself is a magical color that feels simultaneously soothing and energetic. Deep teal showcases that same sort of energy, but as a darker shade, it feels a bit more sophisticated and reigned in. For the living room that wants to be warm and welcoming but not in-your-face or peppy, deep teal is an excellent color choice.
Last but not least, add some life. Plants give your space a pop of green and something to make you smile when the weather is white out your window. A large plant in a basket will fill an empty corner. Small plants in concrete pots can give a little delight to a bookshelf or your coffee table. Those leafy greens will be the perfect final touch to your Scandinavian living room.
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