Living Room. Published at Saturday, August 27th 2016, 04:04:28 AM by Orlene Besnard.
Vivid red can be very dominating for your living room, only if we have no idea how to do the opposite. Pristine white that your splash in your living room it can balance the boldness of red-colored sofas. Spare one part of the wall for dark gray to mount U-shaped shelves that adjoin one to another for display. Choose glass coffee table combined with wood to hinder heavy look of your living room.
Tame the deep red on the wall in your living room with monochrome portraits that you arrange symmetrically despite different sizes of each frame. Lighten bold color or red with two table lamps that look similar against the red wall. Dark brown for sofa with the addition of three red-colored throws pillows, make the two colors look good together. Accessorize the ottoman with wooden tray and some for better color proportion.
Balance the coldness of gray as you splash it all over the living room, red colored sofas are great ideas as it can warm up its surrounding. If space becomes your problem, choose legged sofas and round coffee table made of glass for better flow. Together with red throw pillows, put another color like white, it can soften the domination of red. Curvy pattern rug area below the coffee table with , it gives nice texture to your living room.
Paint one side of your living room wall with red, it significantly caters different looks toward your white living room. The white-colored sofas match perfectly with the boldness of red. Sleeks lines dark color wood furniture with metal hardware for drawers that attached to it ,it complements the existing theme color that you splash inside the living room. You need white-colored carpet to bring harmony to the room. Lampion-like table lamp with candle inside, it makes your living room unique.
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