living-rooms. Monday , January 01st , 2018 - 21:55:09 PM
The warm tones of the wood paneled accent wall play nicely with the fuchsia armchair in this high rise living room. Sometimes the high rise is in the living room itself. Vaulted ceilings give a lot to work with in this luxury home. Nothing quite like Tiffany blue to take a sleek minimal design and give it a special pop of feminine luxury.
On the other end of the color spectrum is black accented by grey. This living room might be at home in a lair as much as a house. This townhall in Belarus features wood ceilings and contrasting plush sofas. For a sleeker option, these ceiling beams are not so rustic, but still give the warmth of exposed wood. Don’t ever cover up a view like this. Floor to ceiling windows make it hard to focus on any other elements in this living room.
Here’s another space that brings the outdoors in! This modern living room relishes its unique configuration, with its seating area looking out over the pool and toward the gorgeous landscape beyond. Contemporary furniture inspired by midcentury designs offers a touch of classic simplicity and maintain a low profile to preserve the view of the outdoors. A central staircase punctuates the middle of the room. Ring lamps hang in the open void of the atrium above, with a pouf and table making good use of the space beneath.
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