What Houzz contributors are saying:
An area rug…A rug is a whole visual in itself; it adds colour, texture and warmth to a space – it effectively ties a room together. Imagine this living room without the rug – you would immediately tell a piece of the puzzle was missing.
Play with cushion coversSlipping ethnic covers over your pillows and cushions can be a quick, easy and budget-friendly way to add India to your home. Pick true-blue designs like paisleys, peacocks and mandalas and choose zippy shades that mirror India’s zest for colour.This Jaipur living room is a burst of colours, thanks to the fuchsia and turquoise cushions arranged along the length of the striped sofa.
26. Shantanu Garg, Jaipur
4. Layer more than one patternYou can create unique and original spaces by using two or three patterns within a single space. When mixing multiple patterns, maintain some similarity between them – such as colour or scale. This will help bring in some order and prevent the room from looking too chaotic. Use different hues of the same colour, or complementary and contrasting colours.Take a look at rooms that layer with similar patterns
CamelbackSee the rising sections on the back of the sofa? Yes, exactly like the hump of a camel. A high curve in the middle section of the backrest, with lower sections on either side is distinctive of classic camelback sofas, and make them a great choice for fans of period spaces. This classic piece of furniture works well with modern elements, too. This sofa is a tweak on the usual pattern, as there are three high-rising sections. In this living room, the conventional design of bowed legs on the sofa gives a traditional feel, while the bold indigo-striped upholstery and fuchsia cushions add a modern, eclectic tone.Browse though more images of camelback sofa designs