When so much of visual stimulation can come from the outside via vast windows, it’s imperative to keep the interior decor scheme simple. That’s exactly what the designer here has done by choosing seating with cutting edge but simple designs in white fabric or leather. The bleached wood flooring and modern, textured monotone rug stay with the pale, minimalist theme while the touches of light green in the soft furnishings stop the scheme feeling clinical.
This airy living room keeps things simple with a large corner couch with loose-fitting cream covers, a modern gloss white coffee table and wall of minimalist storage units. The light oak flooring is the perfect match for this scheme and the multi-bulb ceiling light makes a fun, bold statement.
The light stone flooring of this living space offsets the dark wood coffee table and occasional chairs. The designated seating area by the fire helps make the most of this relatively small living room, and the mismatched scatter cushions on the couch add texture and character.
This is a living room you can sit back and relax in. The over-sized couch, piled with cushions and in a soft mocha fabric, invites users of the room to sit back and watch the wall-mounted flat screen TV. The abundance of windows and double-height ceiling give the room style in itself.
This monochrome scheme is highly effective against the stunning backdrop provided by the huge window and patio door. The use of black picture frames, cushions and the geometric design rug pull the look together.