The color scheme is reserved for fine items such as morning coats at weddings, smart school uniforms, and of course, luxurious pearl jewelry. Quick Tip – Don’t be afraid to add silver and navy blue accents to your living room to keep it looking fresh.
A large ceiling pendant above a mirrored or glass table will increase light flow in the room while also looking unobtrusive if kept to simple, straight constructions.
Consider filling a feature wall with large concrete tiles and adding black Wenge wood furniture in front of them to create a shorter horizontal division that gives the illusion of space.
Built-in nooks in the furniture or sliding doors can hide plenty of storage space within, keeping your room clean and tidy. Using a large furniture piece such as this creates yet another horizontal division, and should be positioned at a height around one-third lower than the top of the cabinet to make use of the visual appeal of ‘the power of threes’ used in design and photography.
Industrial designers opt for the undulating curves of corrugated iron, but an easier material to style is stainless steel, which reflects back the room subjects with ease. Muted chalk-gray floorboards provide the perfect surface to perch dark gray and black rugs for living room luxe.
A soft, curved arm leather couch alongside darker-toned cushions and black framed poster prints all combine to add a luxurious, lived-in effect to a living room that can easily be remodeled with bursts of color down the line without needing to reinvest in expensive furniture items. Quick Tip – Adding layered texture will give your space a sensual quality that adds romantic properties to your living room. While black and gray are seen as a difficult color scheme to work with, using silver tones can help brighten up your interior and encourage light to bounce around your space.