Go the true minimalist route and reduce your living room to nothing but a simple sofa, tiny coffee table, big lamp and a contemporary corner piece. The wonderful thing about this room is that it doesn’t feel empty at all, thanks to the wholeness of beige interior. Paint your walls in a darker shade of beige and leave the lighter shades for the furniture. By doing so, your sofas will instantly become the focal point of the room. A sunny and open beige living room feels cheerful and optimistic. It's truly a great space to spend your days in, soaking in the sunlight and enjoying in the lightness of the interior. A living room with dark beige walls and a creamy sofa has all the attributes of a modern-day sanctuary that feels safe, soft and traditional.
The sculptural fireplace below is a stunner! Also of interest in this space: a textured rug and a tall plant in a container that appears to be part planter and part basket. If you have a fireplace, why not make it the focal point of your space? Surrounding it with inviting seating is one way to go, especially if you add extra pillows and throws for the chilly months ahead. In addition to the gorgeous marble fireplace, the room below sports a backless sofa, a sectional sofa, and a coffee table that doubles as an ottoman.
There’s nothing like a room with a fireplace. And if you're lucky enough to have one, play up the warmth with plenty of texture. A soft rug can do wonders, as can hand-carved wood sculpture art, such as the piece by Roi James hanging over the fireplace below. Shaggy rugs are definitely one of today's top design trends. Flokati rugs are increasingly popular–who wouldn`t love a woolen rug with a thick pile?. Another way to add texture: a tiled fireplace, especially if the tile is as shimmering as the glass on the fireplace below.
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