Amdt Richter Interior, 2017-04-27 22:28:27. Here’s another lovely, thoughtfully styled dining corner, found at Home Bunch. The blue color gives it a coastal vibe, perfect for beach houses, but it’s the banquette that acts as a cherry on top with its element of coziness. In a bright kitchen, your banquette should be the thing that stands out. Decorate it with colorful pillows and create an outstanding dining corner. Picture by Consort. Love the monochrome interior? Bring it into your dining space with this black and white striped banquette that will add a significant amount of character to your entire kitchen. See how it looks at Architectural Digest. Take a look at another dining corner that easily rivals any sunroom. The rays of sunlight upon the cream banquette make this the perfect corner to start your day in. See it up close at Carrie Hatfield. The simplistic tones of the banquette paired with the dark chairs create a calming environment with just a dash of edge. Suitable for minimalist homes with uncluttered decor. Take a look at Simo Design.
Archibald Beck Living Room, 2017-10-15 04:10:07. Can’t resist when it comes to adding bright color to the living space? There are still ways in which you can do precisely that even as you accentuate the visual impact of your chosen monochromatic color scheme. A few cleverly placed books, flowers, an odd floor lamp in black and gold, a couple of dashing club chairs in red or purple or even a simple, colorful mirror frame – the living room presents you with an endless array of ways in which you can add color. Once again, it is important to remember that less is more and the idea here should be to create a ‘wow factor’ without actually taking away from the monochromatic look.
Amdt Richter Living Room, 2017-10-15 04:10:08. When working with the constraints of a monochromatic room, textural contrast becomes your best pal! Instead of adding greater number of contrasting shades of white, turn to different materials and diverse finishes to create visual interest in the room. Wooden décor, accessories and accent walls usher in warmth while concrete walls and flooring provide a steely, more stoic presence. Exposed brick walls might bring a hint of red or orang-y tinge to your all-white living room, but they take nothing away from its gorgeous monochromatic finish. Turning a Scandinavian style living room with modern aesthetics into a monochromatic space should not require plenty of work. It is arguably the easiest style to work with for those trying to create a lovely, monochromatic living space in white. Most Scandinavian living spaces are inherently minimal, use a pristine white backdrop, stay away from bright colors and are filled with plenty of light. Just remove the unnecessary excesses, replace any colorful décor additions with those in white even while leaving the accents in wood and indoors plants untouched. Those wanting to move away from an overdose of white can also try out lighter shades of gray, which give the same aesthetic as darker shades of white.
Arnt Ludwig Bathroom, 2017-10-15 04:10:07. A light turquoise bathroom is very bright, the gentleness of the blue-green combination allowing much daylight into the space. It’s impossible to deny the bathroom’s sophisticated look which is likely created by glass elements that emphasise the colorfulness of the space. This bathroom definitely makes us think of a home spa, its vibrant turquoise interior defining the space like no other element could, though the wooden decor pieces give the room much warmth. A unique choice of tiles that holds many shades of blue and green resembles the colors of the rainforest, turning your bathroom into a true turquoise paradise that draws inspiration straight from the nature itself. An innovative wall decor has a lot of power over the room, proving its charm in this turquoise bathroom that feels like it belongs to another time. The antique ambiance is very visible and we love how that doesn’t make it feel any less classy or prestigious.
Amhold Klein Interior, 2017-10-15 04:10:07. A big oriental rug that can easily accommodate the entire dining area will bring a fresh energy into a countryside dining room. The colors of the rug are the room’s focal point and the whole space feels harmonious. Sometimes the best thing you can put into a dark dining room is a light rug. The balance in the room is very apparent. The space instantly feels more open, brighter and not too dim. Cream and wood are a fantastic match. They both have a softness and coziness that make the room feel like true home. They might seem like opposites, but in reality they are just two sides of the same coin. The light cream, opening up the space with its bright look and the dark wood, conjuring a nostalgic feeling within anyone who lays eyes on it. Play around with putting a cream rug into your dark rustic dining room and see the stunning result.
Altman Schulze Interior, 2017-10-15 04:10:07. As Thanksgiving approaches, make your shopping list and get ready to prepare a feast. One thing you can cross off your list. a Thanksgiving centerpiece. Today we’re featuring a festive vignette that celebrates nature’s bounty. You can also celebrate the affordable price of this centerpiece. Fresh produce and budget-friendly flowers combine to create a decadent look that’s fit for a fall display. Read on for details on how to dress up your Thanksgiving table. More is more when it comes to a bountiful centerpiece, yet this creation manages to be decadent without being overpowering. Start by determining your color palette. A table runner can help set the stage for a beautiful display. The runner below is a super-affordable purchase via Amazon.com. You can also gather decor from around the house, such as greenery and metallic bowls. Today’s featured centerpiece includes a combination of warm and cool tones. Grey meets gold in an irresistible pairing that showcases the power of mixing metallics. To keep the display from being too busy, stick with neutrals, such as silver, gold, linen and natural wood. Pops of greenery will add life, along with selections such as seeded eucalyptus.
Baldwin Roth Bedroom, 2017-10-15 04:10:05. A spacious room with high ceilings can be quite intimidating if you prefer cozier, more comfortable spaces. The blue walls help you create a bedroom with a snug and secure ambiance that feels like a supersized nook! Guilty for creating this airy summer vibe for this home are designers Andrew Kotchen and Matthew Berman of Workshop/APD. Decorate your misty blue bedroom with a wall gallery that stands out against the dark background and brings an exciting personal element to the space where you enter the world of dreams! A blue bedroom isn’t created solely by painting all the walls blue – you can choose to paint just one of the walls and then coordinate a few decor pieces with it to achieve a cold and complex ambiance! This blue bedroom feels absolutely free and while it may not be the biggest in size, it still gives the impression of spaciousness! It has the look of a contemporary beach house with plenty of dark charisma! The contrast between bright and dark is very apparent in this alluring blue bedroom that showcases the magic of finding balance between two sides of a color spectrum! At last, you get to enjoy in the best of both!
Archimbald Neumann Interior, 2017-10-15 04:10:06. Few colors seem as refreshing and visually engaging as yellow when used in neutral contemporary spaces. Just bring a lone yellow chair to the dining room filled with white, black, gray or beige and you will instantly see the energy levels in the room shoot up. Yellow has this invigorating effect in any room it adorns and can be both polished and ravishing at the same time. While using yellow accents, chairs and lighting fixtures in the dining room is not all that uncommon, having a dining table with yellow tabletop is indeed a rarity. Moving away from a completely neutral color scheme in the dining room does not necessarily mean adding bright primary colors to the mix. Try out trendy metallics instead, which bring both visual and textural contrast to the dining space. Additions like the copper pendants from Tom Dixon also serve as timeless pieces that will serve you well for years to come. A gorgeous piece of wall art in the backdrop, a bright rug that delineates the dining area or even just a few comfy chairs in brown can do the trick.
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