By Clemence Eustache. Living Room. Published at Sunday, January 14th, 2018 - 14:23:32 PM.
I like this dark and theatrical living area I designed for my great customers who wished to have a child-free area at night. I gave them an obtainable room high in deep tones, but sensible with vivid strokes of color. The pure drama created by the matt and deep slate gray color and bold and exuberant wallpaper pattern creates an ideal relaxation room for the flight of stressed parents! The Chesterfield was given by the darkness yellow velvet sofa a perfect setting that provided the great contrast and improved glamor.
The windows were dressed up in the many elegant pool curtains with the organic crunch and fullness that just taffeta can give, just like a ball gown!
This is our second living space. Our second space, as I love to call it, may be the "Cocktail Area" (I love cocktails). The sofa is a little tighter in fact it is easier to sit and speak to a friend, drink in your hands. It is a little from this kitchen, but I operated the pipe and place it in a little hole which helps to separate it from your kitchen. When wallpapering and putting a rug, the section is well described and invites you to sit down and relax. The vaulted light adds definition and height, and the illuminated jug joins the cocktail scheme. I find the round coffee table to include a retro experience with a practical maintain our magazines available. It feels like relaxing space.
We often find that our clients place their carpets in the center of the living space and from the furniture, which makes the space appear uncomfortable and incoherent. We always motivate our customers to get a sizable rug and put your feet off the furniture onto it. You can configure all the feet of the home furniture or leading hip and legs of the sofa and the chair. that not does it look good it solves the issue with the complete carpet also since the floor covering is held by the furniture set up.
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