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If that was my room and I was keeping the brown curtains and carpet then i would go for a magnolia colour to lighten it up add some turquiose or duck egg blue cushions and paint that black furniture a light colour
If that's the room it's hideous. Too much brown and those curtains must have been salvaged from a barn fire. First of all ask, "What's the purpose of the room?" If it's a main room then a neutral color on the walls and a subdued offsetting color carpet on the floor. Dark blue curtains is a nice contrast on both windows. This scheme gives the room warmth and depth. This doesn't have to be done all at once (considering cost). But it would be a nice project over time.
In your living room, a lot of neutral colors. The walls look very flat, the ceramic tile looks to have a rust coloring.Llightening the walls is a good idea. As I look, the furniture is modern black somewhat dominating try a pale shaded brown pillow. Paint the rust coloring from the floor around the window seals. Paint the ceiling molding a shade up or down in the same color palate of beige browns. Use your black furnitue in a seprate grouping with a light pillow, or closer to one of the windows. add black pillows to the sofa. Use the same design curtain s that you have on your window. Use a few more lamps, even add a pinch or rustic red colored pillow
probably a neon green color and then leave one side of your room that horrid orange color that would look sweet
Try sherwin williams Kilm beige or Macadamia. I have flipped over 100 homes and as these are their #1 and #6 most sold colors I believe it will be 1000% better than the HORRIBLE must have been a mistake color on the walls now!!!! any question text me as i have owned a custom paint company for 17 yrs. 574-551-2940
by Sharilee Swaity7 years ago
And what colour would you like to paint them, if any? Mine are white right now, but I am dreaming about purple wall(s). I know it's bold, but I know I can make it work!
by MatthewLeo17014 years ago
What is the best color scheme for a living room? Paint, Furniture, etc.
by memas7 years ago
i have laminate flooring in my living room i dont use cleaners on it just a H2O steam mop i dont...let it sit on the floor i then use a swifer dry mop on it to get out streaks i am getting white splotches on it i have a...
by DragonOZ5 years ago
What are your tips for improving the look of your living room, on a budget?
by Phil Plasma6 years ago
How many pieces of art do you have hanging on the walls?This is for the room in your home that has the highest number of art pieces hanging on the wall.
by ivanivanovivanov4 years ago
How to choose paint for my living room, how to paint it?
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