By Odbart Schwarz. Living Room. Published at Monday, January 08th, 2018 - 08:34:36 AM.
Pink is an extremely trendy colour in house decor. Normally associated with femininity, its various shades could still make a area look formidable also elegant. Plus for those who want a predominant colour scheme for their living‐room, the pink offers several advantages because it offers brightness as well as colour. Here are some design plans that accompaniment a pink sofa decor with experience.
The sofa is the most prominent feature of your living‐area as well as the decor of the entire area revolves around it. Hence, the sofa needs to be set against a wall with wall furniture that complement together with emphasise the sofa’s aesthetics. One way to do this is to have a white wall instantly behind the sofa also two partitioned recesses on either side of the wall painted with different shades of pink. The white wall stresses the colour of the sofa while the alcoves complement it.
If your sofa is set in front of a window, the ideal complement will be pink curtains of a different shade. The glass of the window will be the perfect backdrop. While white walls optimally go with pink sofas, you might contemplate a light shade of grey to stand out from the pink crowd. Your coffee table must then be a combination of pink as well as the wall colour to maintain colour harmony. If the walls are white, the flooring could have a predominantly have a reddish hue. If light grey, let your floor have a bluish tinge.
Place your pink sofa set in the middle of the area in front of a white fireplace offset by blue or pastel‐walls. You can add green to the area by having a lot of plants plus flowers in strategic places. Your lampshades, window shelves with curtains will do well to complement the sofa as well as the walls. Try grey for the coffee table; it works well with pastel together with blue as well. Let reddish furniture also white flooring round off the living room’s colour scheme.
But let’s keep in mind that a sofa could also be put in other spaces apart from the living‐room. For example, a small sofa could be a lovely accent piece for a bedroom in which case a splash of color is a welcomed detail.
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