By Lesley Guinan. interior. Published at Saturday, September 01st, 2018 - 07:53:43 AM.
The continuation of color is essential to tie this space together. Note that the a clean. bright white and modern gray have also been used in both rooms.In this living room. green has not only been incorporated through the paint color and accent pillows. but also through the plants on the wall shelves. This long and narrow room benefits from the mirrors above the couch as well.
At an Aspen home by designer Shawn Henderson and architect Scott Lindenau. the living rooms club chairs. Jean Royère-inspired sofa. cocktail table. and carpet were all custom designed by Shawn Henderson. The vintage Hans Wegner spindle-back chair is from Wyeth.A George Condo painting makes a splash in the Stockholm flat of Giovanna Battaglia-Engelbert. a fashion editor at W and Japanese Vogue. and Oscar Engelbert. a real-estate developer.
Take a note from this living room's design and add a contrasting hue to the backboard of a bookshelf. It's a great way to not only highlight wall shelves . but this design technique can also be used to add some color to free standing bookshelves as well. A bold green and gray pairing might just be what your living room needs.
Not many homes are lucky enough to have a full wall backdrop of greenery. but those who are could try framing it in a similar fashion. To get the look. consider using neutrals and let mother nature add the color for you. The soft hues combined with the outside greenery give this space a fresh and revitalizing feel.