Eclectic Living Room with Pops of Color Eclectic Living Room, St Louis
Living room - mid-sized eclectic medium tone wood floor living room idea in St Louis with gray walls and a tv stand — Houzz
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Shoshana Gosselin added this to
These medallions made up of different shapes and styles work well together because they're united through color. They easily create a powerful backdrop without feeling cluttered because of the bright white paint. The effect is perfect for this eclectic, hip room.
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One of the first things that caught our eye was the amazing art installation on a wall in the living room. They're actually ceiling medallions, which Joi purchased from Architectural Depot. In bright white, they truly pop against Sherwin Williams' Perfect Greige covered walls.
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This homeowner chose Perfect Greige 6073 by Sherwin Williams, which doesn't detract from her great furniture finds.
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Create a conversation space in your living room. Living spaces are often designed around the TV, which essentially makes your set the room’s focus. Instead, face your sofa and chairs toward one another with the coffee table in between. Not only does it look sophisticated, but it also makes your space conducive to entertaining. How to Arrange a Room for Television and People, Too
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7. Play second fiddle to the conversation area. Make conversation the focus with a furniture layout that uses facing couches or chairs. Placing the TV perpendicular to the sofa does make it less comfortable to watch, so make sure you can swivel your TV to get the best possible angle. Even so, this arrangement is probably best for households that watch only occasionally. Style note: Draw attention away from the screen with statement-making wall decor like the ceiling-medallions-turned-wall-art shown here.
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to
Combining patterned pieces with those in a combination of neutral tones (and some metallics) can create a colorful-feeling space with very little color at all.Notice how in this space, besides the leafy greens, the only other bright hues are found in small doses in the pillow fabrics, and yet the overall effect is that of a rich and varied palette — totally livable but thoroughly colorful.More: The Case for In-Between ColorsHow to Create a Whole-House Color Palette
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K's old room. A nice light shade of greige. Compare against other shade of greige.
maurean added this to
Layout with couch sideways. In your house the tv in the photo is your music center