A crystal chandelier, decorative pieces and the like will also make your living room look traditional. Explore more with tradition in mind and you are sure to redo the most loved and visited space in your room into a traditional living room.
Using repeated patterns on different furniture would really play big in getting attention. So, try to get same patterns on bookshelves doors and windows. Maintaining a visual balance is equally important. Else, your room would look frenetic. Keep everything in pairs, even if it’s pillows on settee. Believe us, your room would look amazing.
Spring is in full bloom and as we inch deeper into the season, and closer to summer, people are looking for more reasons to spend their time outdoors. Indeed, the warmth of the sunshine, lush greenery and colorful palette of the outside world is difficult to ignore. Unfortunately we can’t be outside all of the time, but here are a few simple methods to bring the best elements of the outdoors in.
Designed by Ross Lovegrove, it is similar to a mobile crafted from sleek and shiny metal pieces. The lamps are encased in the sleek aluminum rock-shaped elements that are stylized dew drops suspended in mid-air under an upside down pond lily leaf. The shape of this unique lighting artwork can be interpreted in many ways. It is mostly decorative, since its light emission is not direct, but purely ambiental, reflected on the large aluminum disk.
What if the color of the walls set the stage for a room change? In the next image, a wallpaper pattern sparsely introduced in the living room completely covers the walls of the dining room in an interior designed by Celerie Kemble and Anna Burke.
Or just hide the television in the cabinets across from the couch, as shown in the space below. Do you see the TV? That’s the point!