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The living room is a fine mix of textures, patterns and shades particular to differing sensibilities: pale neutrals in faux-fur and linen on one side, and jewel tones in silk and cotton on the other.Take a look at this beautiful bungalow
Focus on the detailsOnce you’ve decided on the walls and ceiling, think about the other painted details, such as woodwork and mouldings. These can include skirting boards, architraves, doors, windows, cornicing, fireplace surrounds, radiators, picture rails and dado rails. Again, like ceilings, the traditional approach would be to paint them white. However, as with ceilings, brilliant white can be discordant with other colours. Usually, an off-white or a couple of shades lighter is a more flattering and harmonious way to achieve the same look.Where to Use Which Paint?
The other side is characterised by heady splashes of blue. A royal-blue patterned carpet anchors the surrounding elements, while allowing the cobalt Winchester sofa to take centre stage along the main wall. A vivid fuchsia seat cushion exactly complements the blue, and a casual tan industrial chair balances the striking palette with a dose of minimalism.“The furniture is primarily made of natural wood and veneer, and the fabric palette is composed of raw silk, cotton, linen, faux leather and jute. The floor features stone-finish matte tiles and the walls are sheathed in wood panels,” notes Sharma.Paint: Asian Paints; living room sofas are custom-made