By . Living Room. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 17:06:42 PM.
Yes, even the Scandinavian decorators can infuse their space with teal. When you go for the almost pastel shade, it will bring out the grays, whites and woods that the style revolves around, making the minimal decor work harder for you.
If you asked almost any designer of modern homes, they would probably tell you that concrete is the answer for just about everything in modern decor. Cover your wall in a thin layer of concrete and mount your TV on top for a beautifully textured effect.
So you’re into teal but don’t want to give up your white walls? That’s okay. Paint your ceiling teal instead. Especially in a room with high ceilings, it will bring the eyes down to all your coziness below and cast pleasing shadows around the room at the end of the day.
Depending on the square footage of living space in your home, you may or may not have the luxury of a separate family room. The family room plays a different role in the home than the living room (although some homes effectively and seamlessly combine the two, due to space constraints). Where the living room tends to be more formal and geared toward entertaining and visits, the family room in general has more of a lounge feel.
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