Modular sofas – they are quickly becoming the next big thing in contemporary living rooms. Allowing you to use the small urban living room in multiple ways and turning the large, open living area into a more social setting, modular sofas work well in pretty much every home. Apart from allowing you to easily move around individual pieces to fashion multiple compositions, modular sofa units also give you the convenience of adding more seating with growing family needs. Adaptable, fun and undoubtedly colorful, they bring an air of playfulness to the living room.
The sleek TV cabinet in the living room is an ideal fit for the contemporary living room where there is no room for excesses. It is easy to incorporate in most existing living spaces and takes up very little square footage thanks to its innately space-savvy design. Wall-mounted floating TV units are currently a hot trend and coupling it with under-cabinet LED strip lighting is the perfect way to illuminate the accent wall in your living room without going overboard.
If you have not heard about it already, then let us be the first to tell you that décor in wood is undoubtedly the hottest pick among bot homeowners and designers alike in 2017. Why should it be any different when it comes to TV stands then! TV units in wood usher in textural and visual contrast without altering the color scheme of the modern living space. They bring a certain sense of coziness and charm to a polished, urban interior dominated by clean design and straight lines.
For me, a coffee dining table is the announcer of a living room. While big furniture plus features equal windows, fireplaces, sofas with media consoles create a box around the perimeter of a room, a coffee table appends personality, fashion plus substance in the middle. It took me around three years in betwixt getting rid of a DIY coffee table I had create in my early twenties to changing it with a buyed bit. Three years is actually too length to go without a coffee table (for me at least), nevertheless I didn‘t want to commit to something that I didn’t actually like or find interesting.