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How to Design a Modern Living Room with a Brown Sofa is going to be today’s topic. The colour brown is a warm colour that stimulates the appetite. While it is sometimes considered dull, it also represents steadfastness, simplicity, friendliness, dependability, and health. Shades of brown when combined with green create a palette often used to convey concepts of recycling, earth-friendly, or all-natural. Dark brown can be used in place of black and brings warmth to colour palettes.
The OTTER Sofa with its round shapes and velvet upholstery transmit both comfort and grandiosity, KOI Center Table and KOI Side Table with table tops in glass or marble and NIKU Floor Light with a structure in gold plated brass add contrast and brightness to the entire space.
The ocean hides many mysteries and rare beauty. Its beauty was honoured through the exquisite design of POWEL Sofa. With a channel-tufted back, this fabric sofa features cotton velvet upholstery and a base in glossy black lacquer with aged brass details. It will add mystery and beauty to any home decor.
With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and splendour. BOURBON Sofa embodies this grandeur through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet and a base in matte aged brass. This velvet sofa makes up any refined ambience.
This is a minimalist but colourful contemporary interior design. EARTH 2 Seat Sofa, upholstered in cotton velvet, is an inspiration for the Earth’s rotation around its own axis. With shelter-style arms and unique hammered brass back with golden polished nailhead trim, this sofa perfectly combines with Rug’Society’s ANTELOPE rug and our SHERWOOD centre table.
This minimalist living room decor is composed of the FITZROY Sofa that through its curved design besides making the space inviting adds a sense of softness inspired by the echo of the smooth lines found in the natural world. The LATZA centre table and the UMLAZA rug by Rug’Society, also inspired by the grandeur of the outside world, allow to create a modern room, minimalist but that will remain in the memory of each one.
NAMIB 2 Seat Sofa has a powerful upholstered fabric and high gloss black legs and it’s the perfect twist on a classic piece that will transform any living room set.
Imperfectio modern sofa is the expression of imperfect aesthetic, the appeal of authentic art that is truer to life. An accent sofa that praises artisanal work as the ultimate form of art that is quite intentionally imperfect. Through its unique existence and shapes, the modern sofa determines its history. The irregularities and flaws over the manual hammered brass expose the beauty of imperfection. Some parts are roughly asymmetrical at the surface yet comfortable and smooth in a peculiar way to excite a desire for complementing your living room.
Rounded and oversized, with low backrest and a cockpit structure, Fitzgerald is the modular sofa of your dreams. Inspired by the shapes of Italian architecture, this piece proves art and interior design come together once you have the right eye for it.
The main social areas, living room, and dining area have been carefully considered to encourage social interaction in spacious yet cosy clusters. Dressed with all the essentials to comfortably sit and entertain the desired number of guests, the living room is an absolute ode to contemporary design. The Collection of modern fine art and photographic artworks flows around the carefully selected furniture by Luxxu.
This design combines neutral and warmer tones masterfully. It is also clear how the art pieces Peter Marino selected elevate the rooms they’re in. Their size offers a precious contribution in tying a room with such high ceilings together.
Seated in a pair of armchairs in front of a blazing fire in their new West Village townhouse, the married designers look content and perfectly at home—if a little sheepish. After all, it seems like just yesterday when they moved into what was supposed to be their dream home, a nearly 9,000-square-foot Spanish colonial in Los Angeles. Fans of their TLC show, Nate & Jeremiah by Design, witnessed the couple gushing over the house’s sun-drenched rooms, wrought-iron balustrade, and 200-year-old oak tree in the backyard. The house, they proclaimed, was where they and their then-two-year-old daughter, Poppy, would “put down roots.”
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