When looking for living room inspiration, neutral and white palettes will always come out top. In fact, white living rooms are one of the most pinned living room ideas of 2021.
If you’re looking to fit the trend, or simply feel that neutrals have a calming effect, this guide is for you.
A lot of people think that neutral living rooms are just stark white or cream. Which can often feel a little cold or impersonal. Luckily there are plenty of warm neutral living room ideas for your cosy retreat.
What you probably don’t realise is that neutral doesn’t just encapsulate creams, beige and white. The palette actually includes any colour that isn’t in a typical color wheel. And that means greys, browns and blacks are there for the taking.
So let’s take a look.
Every year Pantone and Dulux release their ‘Colour of the Year’; the outcome of separate conversations with design experts to understand the mood of the public and how colour in the home is influenced by this.
Looking to spruce up your living space, but not sure where to start?
Well you’re in luck: This is your ultimate guide for lounge and sofa inspiration. Whatever your style, budget or room size, we’ve got something that will be right up your street.
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The most obvious choice for making a small room appear spacious, opting for a bright, neutral shade like white in your home decor will reflect the light and encourage the illusion of space. It’s also a good choice for keeping your office space bright and uplifting. And if you’re working from home these days, you might want to add some space-saving soft furnishings to your office as well, with these ideas for a sofa for your work space.
Is your tired sofa colour and outdated furniture getting you down? Then it might be time to give your living room a bit of a makeover. Here’s a top tip: start with the sofa. This is the focal point of any living space, so it makes sense to use this as the foundation for your new design scheme.
To help you select the perfect Scandi shades for your interior, we’re taking a closer look at Scandinavian colours, and how you can create a little Hygge in your home.
To help you transform your living space, we asked Lick to share their top 5 Paint Colour Trends for 2021. Lick is an online paint brand who are shaking up the industry. They’re a “people-powered decorating movement” who offer a collection of 49 paint colours and 25 wallpaper designs with next day delivery samples. We couldn’t have asked for better expert painters, decorators or interior designers to help with this trends piece - so, you’re in safe hands.