Interior Design Ideas For Living Rooms

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So autumn is in full swing. The nights are getting darker and the days are getting longer, and you're thinking of ways to make your living room more cosy and relaxing. We have colour ideas right through to living room inspiration. 
Remember you don't need to spend a bomb, to create a beautiful space. A feature wall here, and a splash of paint there, and you can have your perfect living room. Follow us through our journey of creating the perfect space for you. 

 Think block colours: Don’t be afraid to use bold block colours. Whether it is to brighten the space or draw it together, colour is a great team player in creating a great living space.   

Navy blue feature wall


Orange feature wall


                      2 tone feature wall              

Artwork: You don't need a Picasso above your fireplace to give you the X-factor. Our personal favourite is typography, choose a font that you love, print it on a large scale and frame it. Simples!     


Nelson Mandela portriat 

Nelson Mandela by Copper Dus







Amy Judd

Amy Judd


Think layers & textures, get some fresh textured linen to add that extra "juge" to space. Snuggle up in the winter nights, neutral tones will complement the great bold walls.


Textured linens


Home accessories: Get that new set of pottery you keep passing in the shop window. Great for holding little bits and pieces around the home. Candles are placed around the space, giving off a great aroma especially, Yankee candles. 


Clay pottery


Asian inspired pottery


 Best of all think autumnal colours: emerald, burnt orange and navy blue, all making for a cosy warm space.

Autumn leaves


Emerald Interior



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