Living Room / September 14, 2018 / Alina Lopez
If you have darker or earthier walls and floors, you want to pick lighter furniture. This is to prevent the room from becoming too dark as a whole. If the ceiling consists of a light color (as it should if your walls and floor are darker) then you should match the furniture to the ceiling for a harmonious composition.
Be sure, whether your wall is very large or just regularly large, that you have enough artwork that you can hang them relatively close together for a greater visual impact; if they are spread too far apart, the gallery wall loses a lot of its appeal. It’s better to have a great gallery wall on a smaller section of your large wall than it is to spread out your artwork simply in an attempt to cover more wall space.
Grey and yellow are one of the most popular combos for various types of décor because it’s refreshing, vivid and matches various décor styles. This combo looks great for all kinds of spaces, from kitchens to bedrooms, and today I’d like to have a look how to rock these colors in a living room.
This living room was inspired by the love of neutrals and an urge from the client to incorporate pops of colour. Yellow and Gray was our launch palette. We soon found lovely visuals, to support our mission. We kept the furniture calm and serene then punched each piece with pops of fun sunshine yellow!! I know if you read my descriptions Yet again one of my favorite projects!!! I can't help it, I love them all!
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