living room. Saturday , June 10th , 2017 - 16:24:05 PM
Here you can see how an open floor plan deals with red accent walls. The color suits the space well especially in combination with all the beige. The dark accents are a nice way of highlighting certain areas and furniture pieces and there’s a really nice balance throughout. A slightly different option is to use red as an accent color for the walls without actually painting them entirely. For example, if you have a recessed nook in the room for reading you can have that portion painted red while the rest of the wall is a neutral and less striking color.
Red is a color that adapts well to a lot of different styles. Modern and contemporary interiors are just as likely to look great with a few red accents as traditional spaces are. A nice way to add a touch of color to a room is with an area rug or accent pillows. Accent furniture is also a perfect way of introducing some color to a room. For example, a pair of armchairs, a side table or a set of dining chairs are all wonderful options. When the rest of the décor is simple and neutral, these elements will stand out.
All the rest is optional. You can also use a bookcase or some bookshelves, a nice looking shelf for displaying decorations, a huge plasma TV set and maybe a plant. That is all. All the furniture pieces must be simple, without adornments and other things that might show bad taste. It is all about simplicity that generates good taste design. The most important rule here is to use only the minimum necessary, to use only one, two or maximum colors in designing the room and also to stick to the simple things. No floral patterns, different shaped , stripes or some other crazy or very crowded things.
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