This beautiful light flooded room is not only the perfect place to socialise with friends and family, it is also a space where you can relax with coffee, snacks or delve into a book. To the right, the floating sideboard is an ideal storage solution and creates the illusion of additional space. On top stands the Flos Taccia Table Lamp which emits a soft and ambient glow transforming this room into a cosy space to relax when dark. The ceiling to floor white linen curtains combined with the light grey walls set the perfect neutral backdrop for accessories and textiles.

The stunning centre piece to this gorgeous contemporary room is the Gubi Adnet Coffee Table , a modern and unique addition.  In the light, the glass top creates stunning reflections from the objects that have been perfectly placed on top. The designer lounge chair offers more seating to socialise with friends and compromises beautifully with the rest of the light-coloured furniture, keeping this space fresh for anytime of the year. The huge textured rug fills the floor, creating the perfect canvas for the furniture to stand on. Lying on hard wooden floor, this rug transforms the room into a warm and cosy room for relaxing in. 

 Muted orange, red and yellow in the art prints, linen pillow cases and accessories brighten up this otherwise neutral space giving it personality and character. These colours bring the space together, intensifying a warmer atmosphere throughout. The layered pillows incorporate depth and texture to the white sofa, creating a more inviting, cosier feel. Contrasting beautifully with the light grey walls, the sleek Ferm Living Socket Brass Pendant light offers the perfect direct light for reading.  

This large window allows natural light to flood through the centre, transforming the atmosphere. The green plant looks as though it’s growing out of the window, adding slight colour and a sense of serenity to this living room. Displayed perfectly are the accessories on the window seal which enhances the space by providing it with personality and texture.

 

First seen on Coco Lapine Design. Photography credited to Bjurfors.

 

 

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