Cool blue color tones or turquoise blue colors can be used for walls. Bright accents in mango yellow color shades look fabulous with blue walls and decor items, creating comfort and harmony. Light yellow color shades and blue color tones add elegant touches to nautical decor themes, and enrich modern interior design with natural and pleasant feel. Neutral colors for walls and bright accents in yellow and blue colors are another beautiful option for modern interior design and home decorating. Living room with walls in a light neutral color can be spiced up with rich blue and yellow color accents, creating interesting contrasts and filling a space with energy. Medium and light gray color tones, pale green and creamy hues allow to move away from traditional white paint colors and add character to modern interior design.
Add a Rug Tile and wooden floors have been trendy in contemporary and modern design, but you can't beat an area rug to warm up a chilly floor. Not only are they a great way to add visual interest to the room, but rugs on bare floors also help keep in heat, meaning they are warming your space. If you want to add texture, go for a plusher rug. For colour and dimension, go with a patterned carpet. You can even layer rugs on top of each (like the picture below) other for extra coziness on your feet. Rugs can also help with defining your space and be the missing link to pulling together your furniture groupings. Pillows Everywher, Pillows are another easy way to change up your decor and instantly make space seem cozy. Pile them on top of your sofa, bed, or even place a few on the floor. Pick pillows with different textures and materials to make it fun. And by adding one or two throw blankets and some pillows in your living room, you're inviting everyone to curl up and get comfy. The abundance of pillows in this room just makes you want to curl up, read a book and relax.
Since the before post, we had the fireplace installed and the drywall hung, taped, and plastered. We (I) did the priming and painting ourselves to save a little bit of money. Somehow the room grew in size even though we bumped out 21″ from the wall. I guess that's what happens when you draw the eye up and wide. Let's talk about storage for a second. Because we have a tiny 3-yr-old that has toys spilling out her nose. Someone asked why we went for non-functioning wood as opposed to cabinets below the benches. It's a really good question. This may sound crazy, but I didn't want to add anymore storage. Because when you have more storage, you fill it. And just a couple steps away, we have plenty of storage for her toys in the dining room (reveal coming soon). A couple steps more, and she can get to the rest in the office. There's one hidden spot of toys in the living room though. Underneath that side table is a basket of legos. That's it.
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