London Georgian ApartmentContemporary Living Room, London
Photo by Nathalie Priem
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Velvet Upholstery and AccentsAnother tempting texture seen everywhere at the market was that of a textile: luxurious velvet. Deep jewel tones like emerald green and sapphire blue were favorites, with ruby pink and topaz yellow also making an appearance. Velvet throw pillows were a favorite too. “Raised velvet patterns, also known as high-low velvet, are one of our most popular fabrics right now,” says Timothy Stroud of Signature Pillows.Shop for velvet sofas on Houzz
Focus on texture. Want to add an extra layer of glamour to this color combination? Enter green velvet. By teaming a luscious emerald velvet with small high-gloss elements, such as the bronze coffee table legs and the gold tripod floor lamp, the owners of this living room have brought in an elegant dash of 1930s glamour and created a neat, modern homage to the Art Deco period.Green Velvet Shines in These Enviable Rooms
What Houzzers are commenting on:
The neutral dove grey wall colour is like a canvas which is complementing the dark walnut floor. The designer has injected the jewel colour to the sofa and to the wall paint. Rest is kept very minimalistic. To emphasise the high ceiling the designer has used tall wall mirror, also the painting is hanging quite high.