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Living Rooms are the common space for everyone: it is supposed to give us a spot to rest and gather with the people we love – either being the other house inhabitants or our guests. every living room should be the unique footprint of the combined personalities of the family.
When furnishing a living room, we should look for something that is beautiful and comfortable, practical, functional and livable. Today we take you in a journey through Modern, Eclectic, Contemporary, Mid-Century, Classic and Contemporary living rooms!
It is all about harmony, order and friendly charm. In interior design, neutral paint on the walls is the ideal canvas for this deco, since it can enhance the room’s furniture, artwork and accent items.
Contemporary Style is really hard to deﬁne. Dating back to the 1970s, this style is unique because it borrows elements from many other movements and styles. In it, you can see inclinations to modern, traditional, art deco and even futuristic design.
The SAYA Mirror cast brass details to harmonise with the gold structure of CYPRES Floor Light, giving warmer tones to the monochromatic room ﬁlled with OREAS Armchair, WALES Sofa, TACCA Centre Table and AIR by Rug’Society.
Eclectic is a popular adjective in interior design parlance, meaning a decor that comprises heterogeneous elements — a mixture of textures, time periods, styles, trends, and colours. All these elements perfectly blended together, create the elevated harmonised look thus there is uniqueness in furnishings, which have an unexpected use of materials, patterns, shapes, textures and ﬁnishes that are usually handmade.
The need for a better present in a post-war scene and a nostalgia for the future created this new wave. The fusion of nature in the style, as well as its simplicity allied to a luxurious feel, makes Mid-Century Style one of the most iconic. Ideal for open ﬂoor plans, places with ample windows, able to bring the outdoors in.
Modern Style products celebrate functionality with a colour palette favouring natural and neutral tones, giving a warm and inviting feel. Hence, when bold colours are used it gives a pop of colour, providing a focal point, which in turn helps to break the neutrals. This is quite evident in the OSLO by Rug’Society that has a white base and splashes of natural colours, making the COMO Sofa pop.