Reclaimed barn wood or old planks of wood from the attic given a new lease of life might not always fit in seamlessly with the aesthetics of a contemporary living room. If you are looking for a finish that is far more urbane and classy, the accent walls in redwood, cedar or other locally sourced woods make a good option. The idea here is to cut back of excesses and to keep the visual appeal of the wooden accent wall minimal even while allowing the natural grace of wood to shine through. The more neutral the living room is, greater will be the impact of this woodsy composition. Be it modern industrial, shabby chic, modern eclectic or farmhouse; irrespective of the style of your living room, a smart wooden accent wall fits in snugly. The finish, type of wood, texture and hue might have to vary depending on the subtle changes in the living room. But an accent wall in wood is a versatile addition that is bot neutral and dramatic at the same time. It can double as a relaxing backdrop and a beautiful focal point – doing all of this without ever trying too hard. Maybe this is precisely why it is the cool new trend that everyone is in love with.
Beige is the Switzerland of colors. It's so neutral it can easily work with all colors and styles. A simple beige living room appears elegant and posh, but add some rustic elements to it and watch it transform like a chameleon into a cozy room radiating hospitality. A living room that is fully layered with beige hues sure has a character but it can get a bit dim, so a couple of bright lamps are a good thing to add to it. Smaller living rooms do best if they are decorated with simplicity. A beautiful beige sofa, a dark beige rug with a transparent table and khaki walls all create a light and quiet atmosphere. Any colorful piece within a neutral room will stand out more than in any other setting. Beige is one of the best backdrops, so feel free to add one or two subtle but strikingly colorful elements for a bit of variety. There`s something about beige that pairs amazingly with countryside inspired decor. The mix of the two truly feels warm, kind and inviting.
As its name implies, the Hide and Seek is a clever cabinet that conceals your liquor stash and keeps wine and highball glasses within reach whenever you need to de-stress. Part of a new collaborative collection between Resource Furniture and Think Fabricate, the composition of four walnut and glass cabinets takes up zero floor space with its wall-mounted design. Infuse your booze with a bit of history by keeping it in one of Danish Fuel’s Jerry Can Bar Cabinets. Recycled from actual military jerry cans used to hold gas, water and kerosene, these unique accoutrements will definitely get the conversation started at your next get-together.
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