John Lewis Scandi Living Room
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Create a Scandi sanctuaryPlenty of midcentury furniture and warm wood surfaces are the perfect framework for a Scandinavian look. Deep blue walls and accessories bring out similar tones in the cosy grey sofa. Add another layer of warmth to a scheme like this with natural greenery. Here, the outside foliage works well, but you could achieve a similar effect with indoor plants.How to Live With Plants
Opt for wooden flooringWhen deciding which type of flooring to go for, Miller stresses, “Choose wood or laminate.”“It’s easy to maintain,” agrees Fazaipour. “Ensure, though, that the lease allows it and that it’s soundproofed, so you don’t have ongoing problems with neighbours.”
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Tripod floor lamp looks nice. Maybe two, one each side of the seating might even look better. The tripod lamp seems to have a balanced look compared to a regular floor lamp. Also there’s room for a little table in front of it. The blue rug is cheap looking. Plus the rug is too small and not ideally placed. The coffee table is not within the square of the sectional so it looks off too. Those seat by 2 seat sectionals in general don’t look good and are difficult to work with in terms of center table placement. Maybe an oval table placed diagonally might be better.