Friday, April 15, 2011

Living room decorating ideas

Berry accents living room

Team a traditional floral pattern with bold berry tones for an elegant update on a classic look. Start by picking the fabric and use it on the curtains, cushions and a footstool, then bring in neutral tones on the furniture and flooring for an elegant finish.

 

Country living room

A stone Sofa Workshop sofa and cream walls set off curtains, cushions and throws in rich red, gold, blue and pink. An antique painted armoire is a focal point by a window, an oak side table by a beam creates balance. A Cargo HomeShop coffee table on a Marston & Langinger textured rug creates contrast.

 

Panelled living room

This room is totally on trend. The single drops of wallpaper look like stencilled motifs as the surrounding area in the alcoves are painted in the paper's background colour. The colour is repeated in the room's accessories to complete the scheme

 

Small living room

This small living room features a large mirror, giving the illusion of more space. The candy-striped sofa compliments the 18th century vintage style.

 

Country living room

The gold and charcoal tones of the roman blind tie in with the warm tones of the dark wood furniture. The navy upholstered sofa echoes the blue slate floor in the kitchen to create an overall balance.

 

Country living room with open fire

A colour palette of blues, greys and limed wood contrasts with the exposed beams and stone fireplace. A large open fire creates a stunning focal point, adding warmth to this sophisticated scheme.

 

Wood-burning stove

A woodburning stove, set within a large fireplace, is the focus point of this living room. The walls and floors are kept neutral to complement the black sofa and warm red rug.

 

Country living room with plaid accents

An earthy-toned carpet, teamed with a comfortable plaid wing chair and leather chesterfield sofa, creates a quintessentially country look.


 

Classic country living room

Cream, white and soft red furnishings along with lush green foliage give this living room a country feel. A delicate rose-print cushion cover echoes the delightful floral displays.

 

Neutral country living room

Dress a neutral sofa with a textured throw and cushions in leaf patterns, checks and silhouette designs. Complement with a slate-topped table for hot drinks around a roaring living room fire.

 

Living room with mismatched patterns

An all-white room lends itself well to mixing patterns and prints. Here, a floral armchair, textured pouffe and detailed lampshade, all with a retro vibe, marry beautifully to create interest against the white surroundings.


 

American-style living room

Striped wallpaper, blinds and cushions give this neutral living room an American-style, nautical feel.


 

Moody living room

Deep red walls and a rich charcoal velvet sofa give this glamorous living room edge while patterned cushions and botanical charts add highlights.

 

Pretty living room

This soothing colour has a depth that is ideal for a room in which you want to have a comforting feel. Floral curtains add a feminine touch.


 

Double living room with white sofa

White furniture punctuates this rich taupe double living room - the art adding just a splash of colour. Classic shapes and original features accentuate the traditional feel of the room. 

 

Formal taupe living room

Walls painted in rich taupe set the tone for this elegent living room and its well-coordinated furniture. Patterned cushions and accessories in a mix of materials, such as glass and metal, add depth to the scheme.

 

Patterned living room

A plain scheme for floors and walls frees you up to decorate with colour elsewhere in your living room. Here the rug and blind are patterned but in a neutral, understated way. Colourful cushions bring out pattern without being fussy.


 

Neutral living room with striped details

A combination of stripes, neutrals and rustic wood furniture gives this room its homely country feel.

3 comments:

  1. Love the Berry accents living room, do you know where I can get the fire screen from?

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    1. Sorry I'm not able to help you on that.

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