In the case of the living room, you should try to create a décor that’s casual and relaxed, yet warm, comfortable. Most living room interior decors have this feature and it’s not necessary to use over the transparent coffee table like in the case of other pieces of furniture.
Grey is a color that is usually a neutral color and it looks very nice in most modern and contemporary living rooms. It’s also a color that adds simplicity and glamour to any décor. Most often, it’s a very good idea to use white. It may not be an unusual color to use either but it’s not exactly very simple to work with either. grey is a color with tones and subtle contrasts. It’s not a very practical or functional color but it looks very nice with it.
Even though the décor would still be grey and neutral, the living rooms featuring this color should also incorporate a more natural color. Include a bold, vibrant color into the mix for example. A pastel yellow or light blue are wonderful options. Orange, in combination with white, is also an unexpected color combination. If you want to obtain something more vibrant and dynamic, use bright yellow for the walls while pale green, blue and white for the sofa or a light blue for the table. If you want something more neutral, opt for pale green as an accent shade for the living room.
Obviously, if you want to obtain something different, better or not, there are also other options you should consider such as applying a more colorful approach for example. Or, if you want to mix and match pattern and texture, yellow and blue can work out well. There’s also another thing to take into consideration: your furniture. For example, you can introduce pattern in the form of accessories or accent pieces. You can use prints, patterns and combinations of those three. A white sofa with a light- pink or light blue background can complete the room.
Of course, it’s also possible to introduce different elements of your choosing. For example, you can use pattern to give the sofa an interesting shape or you can stick to a neutral color palette with a few bright shades. The third nuance is usually what will help you achieve that chic décor. You can use vintage pieces for contrast and you can combine modern and classical details.
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