Love the furniture, and the colors!
See how the pillows and the rugs work together? "The first step is to choose a sofa, then work around that"
These walls are about the same colors as ours...here they paired them with an orange and brown
'Simple lighting, books without dust jackets, family photos and artifacts create a textured display without being cluttered.''
Dark sofa like ours....like brown rugs, some orangish-yellows, some greens and blues. That could work...
Nice use of browns with dark brown sofa.
Digging the artwork.
Beautiful rug...love the rich colors!
Why couldn't we do something like this? Maybe different blues??
Too many similar colors, but really like the use of light.
Angular lines. Curves suggest femininity, while angular lines suggest masculinity. The chairs in this photo have nice, clean lines that are either angled on the back or squared off at the front. The rich wood accent around the outside of the chair also adds to the masculine appeal. There are those full-length armrests again.
Giant artwork....plus, notice the track lighting aimed at it. Makes all the difference
Beautiful color scheme. Love the wall color.
"Construction" Painting by Robinson - $1,375
Could make a large abstract painting in neutrals like this one..
The dark molding
The lighting makes a cozy atmosphere
Brown, blue, and orange
Tile looks good with darker walls
Go with a simple color palette. To keep the space from feeling cluttered, and to keep the eye moving, I used a basic palette of green, brown and beige with pops of orange. The walls are a pale gray (Benjamin Moore's Iced Cube Silver), which is a nice neutral backdrop for artwork but avoids the boring feel of rental-apartment white. The paintings are the primary source of color and are hung slightly higher to draw attention to the 10-foot ceilings. The swung-glass vases were purchased at various flea markets. The Reese Sofa, Oasis Shag Rug and couch pillows are all from West Elm.
LOVE this color pallet!!!