Published at Monday, 04 September 2017 by Nadezhda Genrich in Interior, with total 33 imageries.
We always talk of the living room as a monolithic unit. Every little detail in the room is like a small piece of the larger jigsaw. Disturb one and you might have to end up creating an entirely new picture! The fabulous and comfy couch is definitely at the center of this delightful setting and is inarguably the most important piece of decor in any living space. A couch can define the style of your living room and as an extension that of your kitchen and dining space as well. It pretty much lays down the marker for everything else and is the one large addition that can transform the living room ambiance.
Since glass is transparent it does wonders in broad daylight. The sun rays go right through it, resulting in a well lit room that isn‚t weighed down by the furniture but actually feels bright and luminous. If you like your space to be filled with as much light as possible, almost giving away the illusion of being outdoors, a glass table should be on your top priority list! Play around with decorating your coffee table and realize that it can stand alone as a decor piece and be flawless! If you really don‚t need it for its functionality, it will do brilliantly illuminating decor pieces you‚ll decide to set upon it!
The Spine dining chair was originally designed by Space Copenhagen for a high-end restaurant. Spine fuses Fredericia‚s traditional craftsmanship with Space Copenhagen‚s strong visual aesthetic. The chair‚s distinctive ‚spine‚ anchors the seat, and its overall form is both familiar and original. Pato is a multifunctional chair, available with a myriad of bases and finishes. Created by Danish-Icelandic design duo Welling / Ludvik, the Pato chair, when combined with a solid wood base, is ideal for dining. The seat is crafted in eco-friendly polypropylene—available in plain and upholstered versions—lending the Pato chair a clean, organic form.