Written by: Ana Cardoso
If you’re not ready for such a big commitment, we also have a few ideas on how you can bring lots of colours inside your living room and make it look like the cheeriest embodiment of Spring. From colourful mid-century sofas to lots of greens and natural elements, you will definitely find what you are looking for if you just keep scrolling. Find the Spring Trends 2018 for the living room colours that best suit your own home, and have fun to decorate your new room!
Let’s begin with a few cooler colours. Although cold, greens and blues can be some of the warmest colours, sometimes. Always associated with both Spring and Summer, these two colours can create some of the most stunning interiors.
In a more sober approach, comes this dark green wall. Here, the minimalist white lamp, the green plants, and the simplistic furniture create a modern living room decor that is ready for Spring.
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Going from cold colours to warmer tones, let us tell you why we love this light pink living room so much. First of all, this mid-century living room boasts a stunning mix of colours and textures that we can’t stay indifferent to. The raw wooden details next to the white and light pink walls create the perfect juxtaposition of rough and delicate. The velvet armchairs are our favourite element of the whole living room, adding a sense of luxury to an otherwise simple and minimalist decor.
Knowing how to use pink without making it look cheap is an art, and these living rooms sure deliver their designer’s best efforts into making them look Springy and cosy, and beautiful. The living room colours shown above are just an idea for those of you who might not yet be prepared to use very cheery colours in your home decor. Go with a simple pastel pink armchair at first, and then ease your way into a full bright and warm living room.
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Source: Essential Home