Half-shelves that delineate space between the living room and dining area wooden partitions that add sculptural charm and drapes that give you a flexible alternative – make sure your décor does not hinder the flow of light.
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.
These are living rooms crafted by some of the best architects and designers on the planet which have managed to turn even the tiniest amount of space into a welcoming living room that their owners are comfortable with.
Wooden planks exposed brick and cement walls stone fireplaces and vintage décor; there are plenty of ways in which you can do this without committing to the style permanently. The result is a fascinating setting where past and present meet beachside brilliance!
A monochromatic living room is essentially a space where you use just one color even if you bring in its varying shades hues and tints. Of course there is always a darker element in the room and at times you can use colorful accents to give the monochromatic space your own personal twist!
Remember though that the line between a monochromatic living room drenched in white and one that veers towards a minimal black and white color palette can be pretty slim at times! Yet make sure there is a contrasting darker element in it all somewhere to anchor the room.