Texture Play, Decisions Made

The cozy yet masculine atmosphere of this vast living room combines natural materials and warm tones in a refreshing retro-contemporary style.

Joyful Combinations

Less is more, as the saying goes! Indeed, if minimalism is the name of the game, then we’re moving away from Nordic interiors — a trend that’s currently in decline — in favour of the more subdued interiors that play on a mix of materials and styles and give a nod to the retro decor of the 1950s and 1960s. Simplicity and crispness continue to lead the way, but we also turn to warm and elegant textures, such as velvet, cowhide and aged leather to add a touch of casualness.
Look for furniture that embraces this playful mix, such as these modern side tables, which combine walnut wood with a smoked glass tray.

In terms of colours, white and grey-taupe are warmed up by a palette of carefully selected, deep tones, including a beautiful combination of emerald green and cognac brown.

Must-Have Furniture

In this setting, the furniture is massive compared to the otherwise discreet and uncluttered design. Focusing on functionality without neglecting such design details as the refined brass legs, the sofas are incredibly comfortable, with soft, plush seats.
While large and durable, these sofa and armchairs don’t have the effect of weighing down the room. The secret to striking this balance? Their tapered, somewhat slender, structures offset the vertical lines of the standing lamps and the oversized canvas set against the wall.

Limit accessories to a few key items and make room for striking furniture, clean lines and chic details, combining frills-free materials and styles.

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