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.
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!
Small is of course a relative term and an apartment just 25 or 40 square meters in area might seem far too tiny for some and quite adequate for others. But the living rooms under the spotlight today belong largely to apartments no larger than 50 or 60 square meters in area and the first option in here is to maximize the wall space available.
An open plan living inside the urban apartment is quickly becoming the norm and today’s kitchens and dining space are no longer hidden away and detached from the living space aesthetic.
The older pieces can easily become a part of the family room study guest room or even the playroom and nothing is ever a waste! A modular sofa need not always be used to usher in bold color.
Combing wooden surfaces with white and blue can give you a wonderful beach style living room with an inviting aesthetic. Wood brings warmth and timeless appeal to the space while the white and blue in the room help usher in the beachy vibe.