We all know a part of the household that has color fill-ups. Along with the color white, lots of texture and maybe even more “indeed character” or “nature in all its splendor.” But there’s an easy way to add life to a space, and today I’ve rounded up a living room that will hopefully spark the imagination in your creative future.
Every living room needs a dose of nature. Patterns can mix and match, textures can veer warmer and coquimient, and styles can vary in expressing the grand ideas of a present-day living room.Let’s take a look at some ways you could update your favorite living room with some nature-inspired pieces.
When people think of modern living rooms, they think of updated pieces of furniture and/or furniture that are sleek and have clean lines. Or if you’re lucky enough to have a room like this one, you might consider adding a chair or ottoman, or even a floor lamp, around as the décor becomes more eclectic.
For example, with some burst of color and some simple neutral-colored pieces, you can update your living room to give it some personality and style all at the same time. With a mix of elements like a rattan side table, some wooden chairs, a fresh plant in the dining room, and a sparkling pendant light fixture, this living room perfectly meshes the eclectic vibe with a subtle modern undertone.
Don’t forget to add some of your own special touches like a natural layer on the chandelier shelf or some charming throw pillows. Living room is becoming more of a popular gathering space than the impromptu coffee table. Make it easier on yourself by simply bringing extra seating or guests help you to save energy and necessities, and all you need is your own little corner to do it all.
When you think about today’s featured living room, you might be tempted to think of orange walls. There’s a reason–the rich essence of the color! Add in a rug, comfy chair, and décor to bring the alive of the room. Then add rustic touches and eclectic wall masks (as a garland). The finished product will create a warm, charming, and even a bit Southern-style living room.
A bonus of mixing modern pieces with traditional ones (acoustical or otherwise) is that they’re budget friendly. For example, you can find minimalist, contemporary pieces and then make pieces with reclaimed wood or driftwood. With bright and modern décor, the combination can often work.
Don’t forget to bring out your family portraits. Large or small, many people tend to fill their living rooms with books on theirreads. Consider keeping them in sight and pairing them with photos of their family. You can even take an “leaf daffodil” or two, or an “old-timey” print, to keep things fresh.
It’s nice to have a view that you get never during the day, and it comes with positive energy and satisfaction. If you have a rooftop terrace or a garden/yoga area, fill it in with some outdoor potting and or-de-myario area so the residents can enjoy some private outdoor time.
If you’re the type of person who tucked into a rustic house with a stone fireplace and a wood sign on its exterior, you can’t go wrong with a display of glass globes. The rustic nature of them makes them feel welcoming and charming while the glossy, modern appeal of the signs says, “I’m bringing these things inside.” And so you see. We hope during the winter season, and then take out the glass and replace them with holiday trinkets.
So just because your home displays signs doesn’t mean you have to use them only negatively! Take a look at this year’s 10 finest mirrored finds that will spark some interesting decor ideas.