Tiberia Arianna. Living Room Wallpaper. October 02nd , 2017.
Traditional brown furniture, Moroccan rug. A redbrick fireplace is quite traditional, and the tones tend to go well with dark wood furniture and rich leather. But if you want to shake things up a bit, try rolling out a fluffy Moroccan‐style rug beneath it all and paint the walls a pale shade of "greige". The creamy tones work with the brick and leather, while giving the traditional style a current twist.
Retro sideboard. It might not feel as key as a coffee table or sofa, but a stylish vintage sideboard transforms the look of a living room (and keeps clutter at bay, too). Here a midcentury number adds a quirky retro attitude and provides a handy surface for showing off precious ornaments and pictures. For a timeless look, stick to warm woods, such as teak or rosewood.
Moroccan pouf. It's that age‐old problem: where to prop your feet when you're relaxing on the sofa? The obvious solution is a Moroccan leather pouf. Simple and compact, these versatile little seats work surprisingly well in a variety of settings, not just souk‐style rooms. Here a pair of brown leather poufs adds impact next to a plain corner sofa, complementing the sophisticated design scheme brilliantly.
The Greek‐key‐patterned pillow above combines many of the elements used in the room. It's a classic print that has a modern, graphic look. The pewter beading detail and champagne color bring in the gray‐brown tones used throughout the room.
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