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Room of the week – Modern living room

October 12, 2011

This weeks Room of the Week is a modern living room featuring upholstered furniture and different wood finishes.  From the House to Home gallery the room creates a comfortable look for modern living.

This room features a plain neutral interior with the interest added through the use of wood and a small amount of pattern.  This is one way to keep your interior fresh, a neutral base allows you to easily change the other elements on a regular basis.

The lovely Sanderson design Dandelion Clocks is featured on the upholstered chair in this room.  If you aren’t brave enough to choose to use a heavily partnered fabric on a large piece of furniture adding it in a chair or a smaller piece of furniture is easier.  Changing and updating at a later date can then be much simpler.

Adding a tripod style lamp can make your lighting into an interesting feature.  There are now many versions available on the high street.  This version from Lombok also features nickel-plated brass elements.

If you don’t have a working fireplace but have been left with an unused opening The Little Log Company sells decorative logs to allow you to dress your fireplace.  This can add a warming element to the room.  The company has a range of different logs to suit different interiors, a chunky pine and cedar mix is shown below.

Recreating a room like this can be easily achieved.  Start with a neutral base and gradually add other elements until you have a smart modern look.

One Comment leave one →
  1. November 9, 2011 10:35 am

    Hi… Really excellent post ! Thanks for sharing this information with us… Good work keep it up !

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