Remodel Living Room With Soil Pigments

Remodel Living Room Contemporary

Remodel living room – Create a warm and inviting place for hangovers by decorating with earth sound colors. The living room is a hub for family nights, quiet evenings with a good book and entertaining guests. Rich chocolate, roast, tan and sage green colors will create a sense of nature into the home, creating a calming environment for everyone who lives in the living room. Whether you choose to completely rebuild the room, or simply add soil pigments as accents, the decision to decorate a living room with soil pigment will subliminally create a welcoming environment.


Contact a color palette for earth tone color combinations and ideas. Consider existing elements that must be incorporated into the remodel living room, such as existing furniture. Coordinate the new soil color choices with the existing decor. For example, if the living room has dark hard wood floors, coordinate shades of brown to match wood. Paint the walls a soil tone that varies from the main furniture. Choose light salvia green to complement a dark mossy green sofa. Use latte paint on the walls, if the sofa is chocolate brown. Imagine paint trim white as a pure complement to all the earthen colors.

Add a poppy color to the remodel living room. Choose deep gold or pumpkin orange throw pillows for a couch or an area rug. Select unpainted candles in the same shades, and place them on the end table or an open cloak. Create a dried flower arrangement in an oversized pot to fill a corner. Use tan strips of wheat, stems brown and green foliage. Just add some stems with dramatic colors like miniature sunflowers.

Coordinate wooden furniture. Choose the end table, cabinet and decorative pieces with a natural wood finish to add to the ground tone decor. Choose old-fashioned, carved pieces rather than modern, arched styles. Accent remodel living room with lamps made of ceramic in natural soil tone glazes. Accent room with natural elements. Place a rusty bowl of scented potato pot rush on a coffee table. Use coats with a natural wood finish. Burn a candle or incense like pine scented. Hang wooden frames with wild pictures or outdoor scenic art on the walls.