Best Living Room Colors 2014

Best Living Room Colors 2014

Eclectic Elegance The color palette in this living room includes shades of turquoise, jade green and yellow-green for a cohesive and sophisticated look. Rate My Space user merskine unifies her eclectic mix of furniture from Craigslist by painting the wood pieces a bright white and using an analogous color palette. Traditional Neutrals Neutral colors are the perfect background for a living room. Add accessories in muted shades or bright hues to achieve different looks. Designer Kenneth Brown pairs several shades of brown and tan with muted shades of red and green to create a calming but interesting atmosphere. Breezy Contemporary Cool blue draperies and cream walls contrast well with the dark brown floors to create a relaxing, contemporary living area. RMSer mdcandela adds interest to the subtle color palette by choosing fabrics like the brown zebra print and adding a soft cream area rug. Deep Hues Design a living room that makes a statement with rich, saturated shades, like the dark gray and purple of this space. To keep the space from looking too dark, designer Kenneth Brown uses cream furnishings and two-toned draperies. Brightly Colored This uplifting palette uses fuchsia to add a little passion, while the bright green creates an organic richness to the space. Designer Shelly Riehl David updates the classic color palette of pink and green by using shades of lime and fuchsia. From: Shelly Riehl David Classic Palette A color scheme of red and cream is paired with classic furnishings for a traditionally styled living room. RMSer Creynolds grounds the light walls of the living room with a dark red area rug while fabrics in cream, gold and red pull the color palette throughout the space.
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Best Living Room Colors 2014

1 Of 11 Palladian Blue, Benjamin Moore”My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore 2 Of 11 Garden Stone, Clark+Kensington”I try to stay away from colors with heavy blue undertones, and I direct my clients toward warm grays that will stand the test of time,” say Ace design expert Katie Reynolds. “This shade is a favorite.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 11 Manchester Tan, Benjamin Moore”This shade is my go-to warm neutral,” says Elissa Morgante, co-principal of Morgante-Wilson Architects. “What I love about Manchester Tan is that it changes with the light. It goes from a rich warm hue to light and fresh depending on the source of the light in the room.” Courtesy of Elissa Morgante 4 Of 11 Compatible Cream, Sherwin Williams”When I need a yellow that isn’t too sunny, I choose this one,” says Jill Hosking-Cartland of Hosking Interiors. “This creamy shade is warm, inviting and very flexible when it comes to coordinating with colors with adjoining rooms.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 11 Intense White, Benjamin Moore”Don’t be fooled by its name — this color gives off a grayish tone.” says Irene Lovett, founder of designstiles. “It’s an ideal backdrop for those who aren’t brave enough to go with a bold color, but still wish for a subtle contrast with white trim. I love pairing this modern hue with transitional furnishings for a more contemporary mix.” Courtesy of Irene Lovett 6 Of 11 Sprout .06, Colorhouse Paint”I always return to this color for ceilings,” says interior designer Chloe Warner. “It isn’t so pink that it stands out, but it reflects flatteringly on everyone in the room.” Courtesy of Chloe WarnerAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 11 Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore”This is my go-to color when working with an open floor plan,” says Abbe Fenimore, founder/principal designer at Studio Ten 25. “A fail-safe neutral, it works with all styles, from traditional to modern, and both warm and cool color palettes. It’s a great alternative to white, as it adds enough color to a room without overwhelming.” Melanie Johnson Photography 8 Of 11 Decorator’s White, Benjamin Moore”This shade has the most brilliant pure white undertones,” says Brittany Zachos of Zachos Design Group. “It’s perfect for bright ceilings, trim and even bathrooms when you want a crisp, clean feel.” Courtesy of Brittany ZachosAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 11 Essential Gray, Sherwin Williams”This color provides a clean, sophisticated backdrop,” says interior designer Kerrie Kelly. “But also adds a nice warmth when paired with white trim.” Courtesy of Kerrie Kelly 10 Of 11 Wool Skein, Sherwin Williams”If you’re looking for a great neutral that will play with the other colors you want to bring into your space, try this one,” says interior designer Arianne Bellizaire. “I love this color because it won’t turn ‘pink’ on you.” Courtesy of Arianne Bellizaire Next Gallery 20 DIY Home Decor Projects A few quick changes are all you need. Oct 5, 2016
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Best Living Room Colors 2014

1 Of 11 Palladian Blue, Benjamin Moore”My go-to paint colors are classic and easy to live with,” says interior designer Lauri Ward. “This blue-gray-green shade can be used in almost any room. It’s an especially good choice for cooling a very sunny room, or creating a tranquil bedroom.” Courtesy of Benjamin Moore 2 Of 11 Garden Stone, Clark+Kensington”I try to stay away from colors with heavy blue undertones, and I direct my clients toward warm grays that will stand the test of time,” say Ace design expert Katie Reynolds. “This shade is a favorite.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 11 Manchester Tan, Benjamin Moore”This shade is my go-to warm neutral,” says Elissa Morgante, co-principal of Morgante-Wilson Architects. “What I love about Manchester Tan is that it changes with the light. It goes from a rich warm hue to light and fresh depending on the source of the light in the room.” Courtesy of Elissa Morgante 4 Of 11 Compatible Cream, Sherwin Williams”When I need a yellow that isn’t too sunny, I choose this one,” says Jill Hosking-Cartland of Hosking Interiors. “This creamy shade is warm, inviting and very flexible when it comes to coordinating with colors with adjoining rooms.” Courtesy of Ace HardwareAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 11 Intense White, Benjamin Moore”Don’t be fooled by its name — this color gives off a grayish tone.” says Irene Lovett, founder of designstiles. “It’s an ideal backdrop for those who aren’t brave enough to go with a bold color, but still wish for a subtle contrast with white trim. I love pairing this modern hue with transitional furnishings for a more contemporary mix.” Courtesy of Irene Lovett 6 Of 11 Sprout .06, Colorhouse Paint”I always return to this color for ceilings,” says interior designer Chloe Warner. “It isn’t so pink that it stands out, but it reflects flatteringly on everyone in the room.” Courtesy of Chloe WarnerAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 11 Revere Pewter, Benjamin Moore”This is my go-to color when working with an open floor plan,” says Abbe Fenimore, founder/principal designer at Studio Ten 25. “A fail-safe neutral, it works with all styles, from traditional to modern, and both warm and cool color palettes. It’s a great alternative to white, as it adds enough color to a room without overwhelming.” Melanie Johnson Photography 8 Of 11 Decorator’s White, Benjamin Moore”This shade has the most brilliant pure white undertones,” says Brittany Zachos of Zachos Design Group. “It’s perfect for bright ceilings, trim and even bathrooms when you want a crisp, clean feel.” Courtesy of Brittany ZachosAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 11 Essential Gray, Sherwin Williams”This color provides a clean, sophisticated backdrop,” says interior designer Kerrie Kelly. “But also adds a nice warmth when paired with white trim.” Courtesy of Kerrie Kelly 10 Of 11 Wool Skein, Sherwin Williams”If you’re looking for a great neutral that will play with the other colors you want to bring into your space, try this one,” says interior designer Arianne Bellizaire. “I love this color because it won’t turn ‘pink’ on you.” Courtesy of Arianne Bellizaire
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Best Living Room Colors 2014

If you are looking for an affordable way to make your home look like a luxury hotel, remember to have the living room well-organized from the beginning. An eclectic style like the one found in this Ukrainian apartment helps the living room reach its maximum potential. High ceilings , a respectfully chosen color palette, mirrors and translucent drapes smooth out the historic roughness to make way for an elegant living room design.
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Best Living Room Colors 2014

A monochromatic living room can easily gather inspiration from nature only to maintain a powerful connection to our natural environment. Prints and textures compose the extra dimension needed to bring a refreshing, cozy feeling to a white living room. Light-colored wood is not only a trendy choice, but also an easy way of earthing the overall living room design.
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Best Living Room Colors 2014

Taking as example this Singaporean home powerful enough to recharge you after a hard day, you can create our own dreamy living room. Open towards the garden via glass walls, this semi-outdoor living room proves compact properties can just as well benefit from the sun. There is no longer a delimitation between the garden and the living room, creating a comforting feeling of inseparability from nature, the one that should define us all.

Best Living Room Colors 2014

Best Living Room Colors 2014

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