Give your small living room a colourful makeover with a bold striped wallpaper, patterned rug, vibrant pouffes and bright, Indian accessories
Small doesn’t have to be boring. Make the most of your compact living rooms with several patterns, colours and textures.
Spruce up your sleek side table with colourful accessories. Remember, the more the merrier, especially when it comes to a colourful compact space.
Skip one side table to make enough space for a slender floor lamp. Instead of wooden chairs, invest in pouffes that also offer storage.
If there's one decor maxim we don't subscribe to, it is "smaller the room, fewer the colours." It wouldn't be too wrong to say we love a big personality, even for our home. So, think bold colours, lots of patterns, textures and the works. And if you agree, then here's how you can start too. First of all, the backdrop. Work with a striking, striped wallpaper with a few colourful prints. We think symmetry is the key to getting your layout right in a small living room. A large two seater sofa in a neutral shade complemented with two pouffes with quirky prints for extra seating; centre table that doubles up as a storage unit and a sleek side tableto hold knick-knacks. Don't worry about too much colour or too many patterns, sometimes more is delightful.
Awning Stripes Wallpaper
Englishmen at Moulin Rouge BF Art Frame
Moulin Rouge BF Art Frame
Rosa Coffee Table
Scarlet Hexagon Tray
The Label Life
Log Succulent Planter (Style B)
The Chic Pad
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Hand Sign Wall Décor (set of seven)
The Rocking Chair
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Flaco Floor Light
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Mister Chai by Bombay Atelier
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