SW7Eclectic Living Room, London
Pietra Wood & Stone European Engineered Oak flooring with a natural oiled finish.
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A hot and vibrant pink, like the one used on this sofa, might seem like a bold choice, but when you add in black, the room balances out. This is especially true in rooms that have a lot of other neutral pieces, as seen here.If you’re looking to give your neutral room a more vibrant look, a few touches of pink and black will do the trick.
At first glance it might appear as though this room does not have a minimalist feeling — but take a closer look. It has a neutral base of whites, grays and blacks, and then splashes of vibrant pink on the sofa, throw pillow and artwork add energy. The designer opted for one large art piece over the sofa instead several smaller works. The large window is not adorned with heavy drapes or window coverings, and the room is not overcrowded with furniture or decor. Although the furniture shapes are traditional, the room embodies many elements of minimalism.Browse more pink sofas
2. Pink If you’re looking to create a more relaxed and happy home, pink might be your solution. As a designer, I find it never fails to create a more joyful, inspired and energized space.You can go for soft and subtle, pale and pretty, or bright and energized. Regardless of the shade, a pink sofa can’t help but inject a cheerful vibe.