Classic heritage interior looks often feature darker, moodier palettes of navy blue, claret and plum, but for a more modern feel, we're introducing timeless monochrome. A white backdrop with black accents and accessories is perennially stylish and the sharp contrast adds a contemporary edge to your interior scheme.
#02.Materials & Texture
A simple colour scheme allows the materials and textures to do the talking! For a modern take on heritage style interiors, combine rustic textures such as exposed brickwork and faux fur with luxurious cashmere upholstery and metallic detailing.
To really bring a modern slant to heritage styling, contrast sleek, modern furnishings with timeless, traditional shapes. Chesterfield style sofas paired with a contemporary coffee table or console table creates a gorgeous blend of styles.
Getting the lighting right in a living room can be tricky as it is important to strike a balance between ambience and function. If your living room is dual function and is also used for dining, ensure the table area is illuminated too.
To enhance the feeling of glamour, bring metallic elements into the space for a living room design idea that oozes elegance. Silver hurricane lamps, decorative vases and mirrors are perfect for adding light and reflection to darker schemes.