I love this one! Instead of merely painted the fireplace with one color, the owners decided to turn it into an accent wall with a geometric design on it. I also like it that colorful throw pillows were used in the house and that it has striped curtains in blue and white. And of course, that chair looks really interesting!
There are many interesting features in this living room from the fireplace to the firewood storage. I also like the lighting as well as the patterns on that sofa. Isnít this a very bright living area? I like how the colors are distributed around the living room from the carpets to the throw pillows. It is also a good idea to use dirty white for the fireplace. A combination of concrete, wood and bricks resulted into a gorgeous living room! You can see that the modern fireplace sits right there on the bricks portion. I so love the modern contemporary appeal of this home!
Mid-century modern designed chairs are products that have this awesome touch of artistry that were pretty much created around the year 1933 to 1965. If you want a hint of vintage but still being able to pair them with contemporary furniture and decorations, you should actually pick out mid-century designed arm chairs just like the ones on this list, check it out!
A simple living room space with minimal decor. Perfect for intimate conversations and book reading nights. The sliding glass doors lead to a small patio outside and great lighting can penetrate the home thanks to the wide glass doors. A small couch perfect for two people and intimate conversations while watching television. The leather couch also looks cozy and perfect for chill nights. The sliding glass doors that lead outside also has a view and an afternoon outside is not bad an idea at all.
The vibe is really special in this one. The decors are eclectic and they have worked nicely well together. The color choices are very earthy thatís why the energy of the whole room is still intact. The colors inside this living space is unique and contrasts the little we see behind those beautiful doors.
For sure you noticed that giant foot sculpture! Isnít that interesting as an art deco feature in the house? The color the sculpture and the console is a good contrast to the white living room furniture. The dining-family room sits beneath a warm-and-welcoming beamed ceiling which opens completely to the terrace. A palette of sky blues and wood creates an indoor-outdoor connection.