A modern home is always open and full of light making windows a trademark element. Similarly rustics want their space to feel as close to the outdoors as possible therefore an easy sightline to the outdoors is a rustic’s top priority.
Living rooms with brick walls can also go beyond the ordinary and there are plenty of ways to get this done without going overboard financially. A simple option is to try out a bit of graffiti that adds color and pattern to the exposed brick wall and really gives it that edgy street vibe.
As is the norm these days it is once again large sliding glass doors and a double-height wall of windows above that open up the otherwise ‘closed home’ towards the small private garden outside.
As we alluded to earlier there are plenty of styles that work well with the brick wall in the living room. But it is the effervescent and functional industrial style that is without a doubt at the top of that list.
Choosing furniture for a coastal styled room can be loads of fun. Décor crafted from natural fibers and organic materials serve you best in accentuating the coastal theme further.
Those looking for more dynamic alternatives can try out a hot neutral like gray or even black to create bold backdrop. The classic red brick wall also seems at home in contemporary living rooms where the rest of the interior is as neutral and uncluttered as possible. This gives the living room an organize aesthetic look even while turning the brick wall into its one true showstopper!