Blue Living Room Design Photos
Romance Was Born’s 2016 collection Whispering Angel looked to the late, great Liberace as a design influence, and Powder Room is based on this outlandish and extravagant collection. “It has a retro 1970s vibe, but also a baroque vibe, and looks quite traditional until you study it closely.” 100% New Zealand Wool | 200 x 300cm Can be custom shaped, sized and coloured to suit any interior.
Simple, considered and calm, Croft Collection uses traditional techniques and natural materials to celebrate craftsmanship and timeless design. Its palette combines soft neutrals and saturated blues to evoke the elements and wild landscapes
This condo's living room has a light grey sectional sofa that saves space. The coffee table brings in some warm tones with its walnut wood veneer. The chartreuse side chair adds a pop of color and gives the living room a slightly vintage feel. This living room arrangement can work in almost any home.
Contemporary and stylish with great comfort.
The Marlon Armchair upholstered in Mohair, Peacock.
(Photography by Jake Curtis for Love Your Home)
Turn 3600 and the volume
and proportions of the space are astounding. Colour makes way for the stunning natural light that floods this space. Look beyond and there’s an additional living
area, entirely painted in blue. We love the different shades, prints and forms that
make it such a tranquil oasis. The owner frequently writes or paints here; we
couldn’t think of a more suitable space.
Frame a view on the wider world - To make a dramatic statement in the tiniest of rooms, combine bold colour with formal styling. A pair of full-length curtains in the same strong shade as the walls will frame the view and draw the eye outside, and will also create a feeling of space indoors, as the wall won’t be too chopped up visually. - karenrosie