Published at Monday, 04 September 2017 by Nadezhda Genrich in Interior, with total 61 imageries.
Looking beyond functionality and focusing on aesthetics, we start off our journey by delving into a world of sofas with a distinct red hue. The many shades of red and the finish of the sofa allow the bold and conspicuous red couch to be a part of many different living rooms. A dashing sofa in wine red and clad in leather looks as much at home in modern and eclectic living rooms as it does in traditional living spaces. Modern couches in lither tones of red, pastel pink and even burnt orange are increasingly becoming part of smart homes where neutral backdrops demand a splash of uplifting brightness.
Blue for the living room couch is no longer viewed as a daring decorating choice. In fact, bluish-gray contemporary sofas are popular among the most popular around. But those craving for snazzier and more dazzling shades of blue might want to think twice before they bring home a sofa in cobalt or peacock blue! It is not so much about whether they look good on the catalog page as it is about how much you really like the particular shade and tint of blue. If it is just a passing fascination, then you might have to splurge on a brand new sofa just a few seasons down the line!
Anthropologie‚s Misona Shower Curtain looks perfectly at home in modern spaces, but there‚s something wonderfully Art Nouveau about the design. If you‚re seeking a vintage look that‚s perfect for today‚s style, this selection just might be for you! We‚ve been long-time fans of Jonathan Adler‚s Fish Scales pattern, so naturally anything that features this retro-style design gets an A+ in our book! Add some Deco flair to your bathroom with the vibrancy that only Jonathan Adler can bring to a shower curtain: West Elm‚s Mid-Century Bracket Geo Shower Curtain has the look and feel of a decorative stone wall from the ‚50s/‚60. A perfect addition for those who love Mid-Century patterns and architectural detailing