Marleena Schneider. Living Room. September 30th , 2017.
The black and white combo that the Pleysier Perkins team employed when designing this Australian home is complemented by vibrant red accents and grey tones. The wood features are refreshing and come as an unexpected element in this case.
A wide fireplace built into a stone wall is the focal point of the living room designed by MCK Architects for the River House in Sydney. A textured carpet gives the space a really cozy and intimate feel enhanced by the comfortable sofas and armchairs.
This chic New York City home by Casamanara may not have super spacious rooms but it definitely doesn’t lack character. The living area, the kitchen and the dining space are all part of the same open zone and there’s not a lot of extra space between them. A patterned area rug helps delimitate the functions and the diverse accent colors create focal points throughout.
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