Published at Wednesday, 10 January 2018 by jacqueline in Living Room, with total 68 photographs.
We believe that the best asset of this Boston home is in fact the clerestory windows. It is true that this home has plenty of windows, but, why not? They have a great view of the outdoors, and the designers wanted the homeowners to be able to take advantage of this. This home having an extra-high ceiling is definitely asking to have a tree in it. The fig trees in this living room added symmetry and height to this space. What are you looking for in a living room? Air to breathe, a pretty view, proper lighting, comfy seating and a handful of storage - all this and more are readily available for modern home. The ceiling and the walls may be white and shows off a clean and homey vibe, but the neutral colored furniture and fireplace complement the French oak for the wonderfully made flooring. Stunning fireplace and ceiling treatment which complements the huge beige sofas and fabulous wood floors and carpet! Slate fireplace with a high ceiling and exposed beams - what more can someone ask for? A combination of indoor and outdoor feel! Even when the materials are modern, it still gives off a vibe of a classic home. The Nelson bubble lamp and the huge circular pendant lights sure captured the wonderful beauty of this white living room. We love what we did with the fireplace. Have you noticed the reclaimed wood on the background? They keep the fridge there! Stunning designing process and fab living room!
The place where the walls meet the floor defines the size of a room both physically and visually. You can`t alter the location of your walls without a construction crew, but using living room decor that emphasizes the wall`s height draws the eye up and makes the room appear bigger. To accomplish this hang floor-length curtains close to the ceiling, use tall bookshelves to compel guests to look up or install crown molding.
A room has a vertical dimension as well as a horizontal one. If your living room has a high ceiling, make the most of the extra space by decorating it in a manner that draws the eye upward. Floor-to-ceiling drapes are a stylish way to accomplish this goal. Another idea is to fill the vertical space with a menagerie of small to midsize artwork. This technique will make the room feel larger than it actually is, because it invites the eye to roam beyond the eye-level horizontal space that may feel confined. When you shop for furniture, consider its visual weight. This concept refers to the perceived heaviness of an object based on size, color and design. Pick out pieces that have a lightweight appearance, as heavier ones will seem to constrict a space.
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