Chic Living Space Designs
Has it been too long since you actually came up with some refreshing brand new interior décor ideas for your living room? If you are still confused and bothered about how to plan the designs or how to implement them, just browse through the design idea templates mentioned below.
You might stumble into some cool, breathtaking ideas for your living space.
The little fengshui and vastu details are to be taken care of before you actually implement these designs into reality.
This is a recent favourite for many and suits living spaces in a variety of accommodations. Even if you are living far from the sea you can go with this template.
It is quite apt for any living space and suits all moods and temperaments. Shades of pastel or mint, Prussian or coral greens and blues are the most appropriate for this décor.
Almost all the walls should be in these shades or papers, in a preferable combination of colours, designs, and textures.
The windows are to be large with miniature frames of a sheeny shade and the furniture has to be placed in such a way that they face the windows.
Most of the furniture used would look better in light neutral shades. The material used could be foam, velvet, leather, satin etc.
Decorate the walls with paintings and portraits related to seaside and beach themes, these might be portraits, abstract or modern art, scenery views etc. Blues and greens should dominate.
You might place a lot of bamboo or money plants to decorate some of the spaces around the room to add to its aesthetic beauty.
A Tropical Affair
In this arrangement white should be the dominant colour in the background, everything from the windows, doors, walls to the furniture should be in shades of pure white or light cream.
The flooring is to be in tiles or marbles of a white or off-white shade. They’d preferably look astonishing in a single colour or with wavy linear patterns drawn on them.
The cushions placed on all the furniture’s, beddings, bed-sheets, curtains and many of the other decorative items around the room are to be in multicoloured hues.
Lively, vibrant colours like tangerine oranges, lime greens, daffodil yellows, ruby reds and royal blues or purples should dominate over all the decorations and objects placed around the room.
Photo frames, mirror frames or flower vases can be used as the primary equipments for decoration. These items would look the best in the above mentioned dazzling colours.
You can further fill up the vases with flowers in lively colourful shades.
Boho Chic Décor
Boho chic or bohemian paradise is an interior design quite prevalent amongst the youth and is applicable for small as well as huge living spaces.
The walls should be covered in wallpapers of a Prussian blue or a Pine green like shade topped up with intricate designs in gold.
The ceiling would look good in a shade of pure white and the flooring can be of any texture as the flooring in this one looks the best with multicoloured Persian carpets spread out over them. Bare floors would look the best with a wooden look finish.
Let the furniture’s, center tables, dining tables and all be in bright contrasting shades. The tables and furniture might also look quite amazing with antique miniature wood carvings.
Hang a lot of plants, lamp shades and pagoda-like wind chimes beautifully designed and embossed in acrylic paint patterns to enhance the beauty and to add to the aptness of the theme.
The window rods and the curtain frames will look best in wooden finish.
A Calming Grey Space
Shades of grey have become the trend for all the sophistication. Greys and lavenders are the colours which are usually chosen by designers to add to a calming or a soothing effect.
The walls are to be dominated by a pure white or a shade of soft grey if the room space is smaller to make it look larger and airier whereas they can be kept in shades of darker greys if the space is larger.
The furniture’s will be more fitting to the theme, if they are made of velvet or foam in shades of grey and silver. The drapes or curtains for the day can be in white lace and the heavy night cover curtains would look best in shades of sparkly silver and grey.
One of the walls might either be designed in grey stone or brick like structures or decorated with similar wallpapers to add to a three dimensional kind of effect.
Most of the showpieces and little accessory furniture pieces can be of black glass or of a material with a sheeny metallic finish. The flooring is to be simple and minimalistic.
All the cushions, covers, rugs etc would look fabulous in white furs or in an animal skin imprinted tweed like material used to make rugs, door mats etc.