Fascinating Primitive Living Room Interior Design Ideas

Do you feel bored with your home interior design? The modern, contemporary or minimalist design is common and will not give something new for you. Primitive living room designs are for you who like something different. The combination of the primitive idea with the modern touch will create the luxurious interior design.

Old wood furniture and stone is the main focal point of these ideas. You will need a professional interior design that has specialist in primitive interior decoration. These interior design ideas will need much homemade working and need professional which have a good sense of primitive ideas. However, if you have a great desire for primitive ideas, you are very likely to do their design of your primitive living room design. Here are some things to consider:

Color Schemes

Navy blues, barn reds, deep yellows, sage greens, dark browns and steel grays are the wealthy and earthy of primitive-style colors. Create a primitive color theme in bold, earthy colors with a few soft pitches for a richer look. Incorporate more delicate shades of the natural color palette punctuated with a few rich-colored items to produce a quieter, more tranquil atmosphere.

Walls and Windows

Creamy caramel, soft beige, light gray or vanilla white make ideal paint colors to produce a clean backdrop furnishings. You can use simple curtains made from natural fabrics, such as cotton, gauze or linen. Fabrics in plaid, gingham or striped patterns convey the primitive look. You can also use fabric in a solid color for a more monochromatic appearance. Use your primitive color design to select coordinating fabrics.

Floors and Lighting

Decorate your living room with metal-and-glass lanterns and wall sconces with an old finish. Dissolve a black wrought-iron chandelier in the middle of your living room to produce a primitive theme. Oil lamps and mixed candles perched atop wooden candlesticks and lanterns with punched-tin shades improve the primitive look.

Furniture and Accessories

Use reclaimed storage trunks for end tables and old wooden wagon bed as a coffee table. Armoires, bookshelves, buffets, and chests finished in a weathered look give areas to put collectibles and books. Ornament the walls with framed colorful folk art paintings. Woven baskets, antique bottles, wooden birdhouses, handmade pottery, grapevine wreaths, metal stars, and carved figurines can be added to make the more primitive look.

Originally published at Interior Design Longgrove.

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