Painting your living room a bold shade will make the space pop, but it’s certainly not the easiest way. For a less labor-intensive path to adding color to your surroundings, look to your accent furniture and decor. Here’s how to tap the color spectrum to refresh your living room decor!
Choose Jewel-Tone Accent Chairs
Rather than swapping out the anchor of your living room (the sofa), bring color into the furniture through accent chairs. Here, Elo armchair in a beautiful blue brings a richness to the corner of this living room. You can also use deep velvet blue armchairs like Loren Armchair or a deep orange one such as Marco Armchair.
Put Dynamic Tones On Display
Open shelving, like a bookcase or even a single wall-mounted shelf, offers an easy chance to add color and personality to your living room. Keep in mind the size of the space between your shelves as you shop for decor items, as you want to make sure they’ll fit.
Throw pillows are one of the simplest ways to change up a room’s vibe. You can even do it seasonally. The key is to start with a neutral sofa, which gives you the most flexibility in palette. Pull in hues found elsewhere in the space, and you’re ready to go!
Add Abstract Art With Splashes Of Color
Think of your walls as a blank canvas for artistic display. Abstract art is a fun and expressive way to add color to a room without committing to a particular scene or image as you might with figurative art. Look for pieces with shades that complement your overall palette and give the artwork pride of place above the sofa.
Go Vivid With Coffee Table Styling
Use your coffee table as a rotating canvas for bright and beautiful objects like sculptural vases and real or faux flowers, which can be stacked atop a glossy navy serving tray. More is less when it comes to tabletop styling; stick to just a few items at a time for greater impact.
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