The color blue is believed to symbolise many favorable qualities, such as faith, loyalty, truth, intellect, intellect and confidence, religion and paradise. Blue is regarded as beneficial to the body and mind since it creates a calming effect that’s said to impede metabolism. If mild colors leave you cold, dark blue is related to firmness and thickness. With all this in mind it feels like a fairly fantastic color choice to get a space used for comfort does not it? We believe so too, so we’ve assembled half of our favorite blue living room decoration approaches that will help relax your mind, soul and body.
1 | Visualizer: Constantine Rybkin
The vivid hue of the aqua blue couch was broken up with enormous light cushions to coincide with the total decor, along with black cushions which are matched with the kitchen base components, teapot and cups.
2 | Designer: TG Studio
A few fitting blue accent chairs equilibrium this design.
3 | Visualizer: Next Level Studio
4 | Designer: Rules Architect
Colour changing LEDs can be a fantastic option to painting permanent colour. You may check out more pictures of the stunning home here.
5 | Designer: Suite Arquitetos
Orange meets blue in this monumental layout. Since blue is in the other side of the color wheel to orange, the mix is obviously striking.
6 | Visualizer: Lugerin Igor
A volume of mild blue storage closets makes a fantastic divider within this open plan room. Again the blue color was heated by the introduction of pink, now in the kind of a local rug. The candy colors raise the black plot but are relaxing instead of jarring.
7 | Designer: Amber Hodgins
… Or a bit of blue wall artwork.
8 | Visualizer: AM Studio
Can there be some color more relaxed on the eye than simply duck egg blue? The relaxing color of the bespoke bookcase was put with a lovely rainbow sofa inside this pastel colored sofa. A blue and pink color combination appears super sweet, but the adorable clash is toned down from the accession of a gentle sage accent wall and deep timber stain.
9 | Designer: SMLXL
Electric blue flashes round the perimeter of the black, blue and white living area. Blue may generally be considered as a calming effect but this colour feels favorably energised.
10 | Designer: Charlotte Crosland Interiors
If dim and flavorful opulence is more your style, then that dark blue sofa scheme using a plum coloured couch and yellowish ochre cushions is guaranteed to inspire. Bronze accents and vibrant wall artwork finish the decadent decor.
11 | Visualizer: Z Axis Design
Just one wall of blue is echoed simply by one diluted blue pillow on the other hand. Purple heather cushions and drapes complement the blue tones perfectly, and yet one vibrant chartreuse strip accounts that the visual weight of this space. The couch and floor are light and neutral, whilst a dim coffee table, contemporary rocking chair and also a designer desk lamp supply the foundation notes.
12 | Visualizer: Aleksey Krivosheyev
A orange Chesterfield sofa along with a golden floor reading lamp sing off midnight blue wainscoting.
13 | Source: SCE Construction
A blue volcano throws a dreamy light within this particular sofa.
14 | Source: Hukla
This pristine sky blue paint color has to be among the most relaxing whatsoever. Teamed with white adjoining walls, furniture and floor that the appearance is kept clean and uncomplicated. The introduction of green out of indoor plants functions as a subtle dash of comparison against the colour. Black accents brought in through a console unit, cushions and nesting coffee tables include only enough weight into the mild plot.
15 | Source: Mark Lawrence
Living rooms with big wall artwork could be simple in layout to allow the art do the talking.
16 | Designer: Winder Gibson Architects
Like gazing into a cloudless summer sky, this lofty skies blue living area looks heavenly.
17 | Visualizer: Alexander Kuzmenko
Within this sofa scheme the color was controlled to just the couch, 1 pillow along with a lightshade.
18 | Architect: DSDGSource: Living Color Aquariums
19 | Photographer: Photovisions
Another dim blue decoration plot but now using a slightly pop artwork inspired feel as a result of high contrast sun yellow accents and picture prints on pillows, art along with a geo rug which dazzles throughout the glass surface of a mid century modern coffee table.
20 | Designer: Ford Design
This minimalist living area benefits added interest by highlighting the odd form of the couch using a glowing shade.
21 | Visualizer: Aquiles Ruiz
Against a background of concrete and wood it’s possible to go as glowing as you dare.
22 | Visualizer: Viacheslav Sobolevsky
We adore the unexpected styling of a color coordinated decorative bicycle within this area strategy. The glowing red chair is a wonderful cheerful touch.
23 | Designer: Nexus
Purple and gloomy at perform together again this time at a far more vibrant combo. Lots of surrounding light and white wood tone stop the vibrant colors from seeming too much.
24 | Visualizer: Max Nevkhoroshev
This velvety modern couch is camouflaged from a teal wall. A round mirror and around coffee table resemble a complete moon and its reflection in a still pond.
25 | Visualizer: Materica d_sign
Selecting different colors of the identical colour adds interest and depth.
26 | Visualizer: Z River Studio
Just one distinctive coffee table may be your stand-out blue accent…
28 | Visualizer: Ugo Concept
Within this darkened blue living room motif, the color of this characteristic wall is replicated and lasted around the room through an upholstered sleeper couch. A glowing yellow accent chair with matching footstool was introduced to violate monotony.
29 | Visualizer: Maxtree
Just a kick away from orange to the color wheel is yellowish, which makes it a different eye-catching combo.
30 | Visualizer: Eve Images
A blue-yellow combination in more muted colors.