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6. Location: MumbaiFirm: Inscape DesignersThis living room is a fine example of how to mix colours and patterns without looking like a random mish-mash. The colourful rug is the anchor piece that sets the tone for the rest of the space, while contrasting shades and prints in smaller sizes (on the cushions) boost visual interest.
4. Go for a patterned rugInscape Designers has used a patterned rug to anchor the Chesterfield sofa and the patterned upholstery of the wooden armchairs, to create an unconventional living space.
Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: A couple along with their nieceLocation: Mumbai, MaharashtraYear built: April 2019Size: 1720 square feet; 2 bedrooms; 2 bathrooms; a powder roomInterior design firm: Inscape DesignersPhotos by Pulkit SehgalLocated midtown, this airy and spacious 48th-floor apartment is filled with natural light and plenty of ventilation. The apartment was initially a 3-BHK. However, considering the homeowners stay alone here with their niece, Inscape Designers used the third bedroom space to create a larger living area. The third bathroom was converted into a powder room.“As you enter the house through the main door, there is a narrow passage. At the end of the passage is a large open space that comprises of the living, dining, powder room and study area,” says Sejal. An interesting interplay of colours is at work in this sitting area. The classic warm brown of the chesterfield couch and wooden chairs are offset by the vibrant rug and cushions. To break the monotony of the long wall at the back, which extends from the entrance to the balcony, the designers have used two contrasting wall covers.
20. Firm: Inscape DesignersAn explosion of colour is organically offset by a tufted tan sofa and wooden armchairs in this pattern-filled drawing room.Read more:Expert Speak: How to Design the Perfect Living RoomIs This the Best Colour for Your Living Room Walls?Tell us:Which of these living rooms has your vote? Tell us in Comments below.