By Sorrel Guyot. Living Room. Wednesday, May 31st 2017, 12:34:45 PM.
The sofa is much more than just another piece of furniture in your home. It sets the tone for the rest of your interior both in terms of style, décor choices and the general theme and color scheme that you use. If you happen to have an open plan living, then your sofa choice becomes even more crucial. We understand that many of our readers are not really interested in changing such a pivotal piece of the home decorating jigsaw all too often and that is why many stay away from a colorful couch. Instead a sofa in black and white or even gray is the preferred choice. But 2016 and the first half of 2017 seem to disagree with this!
A simple white wall can become a dull element in a minimalistically styled home. The brightness of the space can start to feel without character and the perfect way to resolve this is to add some color to your walls. If you don’t like boldly colored walls, choosing the minty shade of green will be the perfect choice. It opens up the space, fills it with personality and creates a prestigious look.
A comfortable sofa is undoubtedly the most essential piece of any living room and often ends up defining the style and the decorating scheme of the space. With open plan living growing in popularity, this extends to the style of the kitchen, dining area and the social zone as well. With that in mind, it is essential that you choose a couch that is comfortable, elegant, adapts with changing trends and also acts as the perfect focal point in an open living space. While we have nothing against bolder, more colorful sofas and sectionals, today we delve into a world that is predominantly black and white!
We inspiring you to show vintage eye-candies, plus today it is all about family rooms. Aah, those vintage living rooms! Neutral colors, beautiful furniture, lace, ruffles, pretty floral fabrics– all this looks just remarkable! Go for whitewashed floors, walls and even the hearth. An antique designed hearth or fireplace able to become a centerpiece of the room. Create some vintage-inspired pallet furniture or buy it at the flea market, crochet some bedspreads, padcases and rugs. Wood plus wicker items will add coziness and rustic touches to the interior. Refined candleholders, lanterns, suitcases plus chests for storage – all that will help you to create a desired atmosphere.