If you’d like the room to look cohesive and well put together, then the color you use on the walls, in this case a shade of turquoise, should also be included elsewhere in the room, in the form of accessories such as an ottoman, a lampshade, etc. the colors don’t have to be identical.
Before you decide on a color to use on your living room walls, take a look around and think of what would look good in combination with your furniture. Since the sofa/ couch is the key piece in the room, you should focus on that.
The color palette for this living room is based on soft, warm colors such as beige and brown. The light is subtle and the accent wall featuring a rustic exposed brick structure further adds warmth to the decor and makes the atmosphere feel inviting and comfortable.
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