The house designed by Dualchas Architects in Skye, Scotland has twp social areas separated from the kitchen and the dining area by purple wall dividers. One is a bit larger and the other and serves as the main living space. It has a white corner sectional, open shelves and a colorful striped area rug that coordinates a bit with the colors visible through the glass wall. Five beautiful villas were designed in Bodrum, Turkey by Aytac Atchitects. They are each unique but they are all influences by the tranquil views and the surrounding landscape. Charming and mysterious at night, bright and sunny during the day, the living spaces impress with their sophisticated simplicity and attention to details. Modern living room interiors are often a combination of styles, sometimes featuring subtle industrial accents, enough to give the room character without overwhelming it. A good example is the Coffou Cottage by Brininstool + Lynch where traditional and industrial elements fuse together in a modern setting.
A brown leather sofa is a classical piece of furniture, usually seen in traditional interior designs. But it can also be included in modern or contemporary decors, given the right design. It gives the room a very elegant feel. It’s this particular combination of material and color that has this effect. Leather is perceived as an elegant and even luxurious material. It‘s because it used to be very expensive and only wealthy people could have leather furniture in their homes. Of course, now anyone can afford one but the image remained the same.
Traditional interiors are easy to spot as they have a very specific look. They tend to focus on elegancy and on an overall continuous décor where everything matches everything else. The most commonly used colors are beige and brown with slight variations. An element that is specific to traditional décor, more exactly to living rooms, is the rug.
Others prefer to use color and pattern to make a decor stand out. LLI Design decorated this small living room with red sectional sofa and a really interesting coffee table with a sculptural metal base. A variety of different patterns act as secondary focal points for the space. Egue Y Seta also made use of various prints and patterns when designing this private residence in Benicàssim, Spain. But perhaps the most interesting feature here is the pair of accent walls. Another interesting detail is the fact there’s no ceiling light fixture here. A dramatic and chic spiral staircase becomes a décor element in the living room of the 17BR-House by ONG and ONG. The staircase maximizes vertical circulation and allows the social spaces to expand. To compensant for the lack of windows and natural light in this particular area of the house, the designers painted the walls white and used subtle accent lighting.
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