Living-Dining Room RenoTransitional Living Room, Toronto
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Clear clutter hot spots. You know the spots I'm talking about: the places clutter just seems to appear through no fault of your own. So, before heading off to bed, take a few minutes to walk through the house, putting things back in their places, paying special attention to those clutter hot spots. Tidy the living room, clear the dining room table and hang up the clothes piled on the chair in your bedroom.
I usually feature very bold hues in my Houzz palettes, but I can definitely appreciate a softer approach. In fact, bright, vibrant color can sometimes distract from interesting artwork, furniture, accessories or a nice view out the window. This living room feels light filled, airy and inviting. Darker colors are used as small accents here and there — perfect for someone who prefers more toned-down, neutral hues. The harmonious mix of soft gray, green and blue makes for a soothing and sophisticated living room.