Model Homes with Burgundy Living Room Decor


Every person would have their own favorite colors since they have their own personality. Then, may I ask you what kind of colors that you love? If you love a certain color, maybe it would be good for applying it in designing the room design in your home, especially for your living room design. If you love having burgundy color, it would be great if you read this article since it would explore more how to manage the living room with this design and possible color combination for this room design. Of course, there are some colors that could be combined for this color, such as having brown and burgundy colors combinations would look good for being together that would give you the shade of brown and strong red for your room. This color actually would give the warm and a little bit formal atmosphere in your living room design. For giving you clearer explanation, what do you think for seeing Model Homes with Burgundy Living Room Decor below!

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Actually, what is the definition of burgundy? Actually burgundy is a deep shade of red. Of course if it is having deep red color would give a darker design for your living room. Because of that, giving a little touch of other colors would be really good. In this case, choosing the brown color would be good balance for this darker room design. For example, when you have  Model Homes with Burgundy Living Room Decor, you could give the flooring design and some furniture with a lighter colors, for example use a burgundy couch, and find deep red-brown leather chairs. The dark colors will pop against the contrasting light tones of the walls and floor. Beside that, adding some hanging decorations with lighter color would be good balance also.

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Then, if you have a minimalist living room design with having a neutral color, such as white color choice, you could choose the burgundy touch by applying it in the furniture design, such as having burgundy sofa design. This would make the contrasted color in this room so that the room would be more lively rather than having the plain with any any color balance there. Of course, nowadays, there are many kinds of sofa color designs that you could choose.

Living Room with Burgundy TouchLiving Room with Burgundy Touch

Model Homes with Burgundy Living Room Decor would add the elegant and warm living room design. This kind of room design would be better if you combine it also with the touch of classical carpet pattern, also choosing the right curtain design would be great idea also. So, what do you think about this design?

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80 thoughts on “Model Homes with Burgundy Living Room Decor

  1. Alonzo.Pranav

    ha. my daily morning struggle. i wipe with a wet sponge.another consume for coffee grounds post-percolate that our office den mother / cleaner showed me – odor absorber. she leaves a bowl of coffee grounds dumped from our office espresso machine in the fridge. i started doing it at home, and it works great. you need to dump the grinds every few days, at which point they can into the compost.i live abroad, and baking soda is not easily identifiable or found, so that tip worked for me.

  2. Philip.Rex

    What about *.BetterWorldBooks.com? They will pay for the cost to ship books to their warehouse Chicago and they collection bins all over Georgia and Indiana. They donated nearly $12 million to literacy causes from the books they bear so far!

  3. Katelyn B.

    These spaces please my eye. Plain, using mostly repurposed materials. Subtle & deceptively simple. All that art floating in a humbly furnished environment. A vacation for my mind. (I to the line at the plastic crate/glass coffeetables though….Ouch! They are the furniture version of a film noir heroine–beautiful but deadly!)

  4. Mckenzie.Lilianna.Avah

    I this too. I both color, to discover how the colors of the room are balanced (has all the blue (throws, pillows, accents) migrated to one side only?), and dark and white, to how the structures in the room are balanced (is the heavier furniture all to one side?). I we can so to seeing something that we seeing it for what it really is. Taking pictures really helps.

  5. JackWesley

    Rachael,these are some really creative ideas – especially the of locally dominant themes. I really how you outside the box and up with your ideas looking outside your window.keep up the great work – the research and the writing were both superb! post.

  6. Kynlee.Adrienne

    I once had a crimson couch I had to give away when I moved across the country and when I saw this chair it reminded me how I the color red. The chair is blooming and a classic!

  7. Daisy

    What about curtains to the bottom 2 shelves? curtain rod suspended from cup hooks. the fabric to add texture, color, coordinate with the you into from the entry hall. Agree with the to paint/cover the backs of the shelves. improbable space!

  8. Zackery-Jean-Carmine

    When I was a newlywed, we had a cat who taught herself to * in the toilet using the regular toilet seat. At the time, we kept the catbox on our patio (second floor condo with a pet door.) She only the sink twice when there was blood in her *. (Smart kitty, “Look Mom, I need a vet visit.”) Both times she had kidney infections from aerial malathion spraying for fruit flies. But she never learned to flush, she would dig on the toilet lid before exiting the bathroom. Needless to say, I scrubbed the daylights out of that sink! And baby wipes had a in our bathroom long before the arrival of our children but we were never able to give up completely on the litter box (which was moved inside.)

  9. Derrick

    Elizabeth in AL,i would for a light, aqua-like color for the other walls in addition to the one aqua-colored wall. And as Abby suggests, with white bedding this will fantastic! And swapping the parking seems a idea, too.Have a advantageous day!

  10. Braiden ZZZ

    @rtra It depends on how the toilet is shaped. Mine, for example, will not drain completely when I pour a bucket of water into it, there would enough water to completely the location the OP has a with.In my case, the only acknowledge is to turn off the water valve.

  11. Arthur Desmond Jean N.

    Absolutely agree with all….Go gray with cabinets,and some sleek, simple hardware…& warmer, paler neutral or pure intellectual white paint on dinette walls. Let even more light in after burning curtains(!)…maybe corner cabinet elsewhere and up eating location with table/chairs and pops of big, bright, art. A ceiling fixture would also abet transform the space. This is one of those spaces that could be transformed with extremely cost…lucky you!

  12. Stefan

    FYI this is insanely dangerous to attempt without some prior knowledge of CRT electronics and how they work. The capacitors on these machines are of holding a level of charge for a extremely long time (months and months) after they bear been last used. Please let people know that attempting this without the appropriate equipment and knowledge can be extremely extremely extremely dangerous.

  13. Ariyah 666

    I admit to doing it too. It happens quite often as I cooking and I a pile of veggies and salads to clean. The trash pile fills up extremely fast, so a that gets deposited outside immediately upon finishing the task at hand. Especially now in summer when things rot so fast. I “the * thing” too, usually as I am combining the kitchen and bathroom trash, to dispose on my out to work. So I am there are a lot of people who this thing 🙂 it is okay as long as one does not leave it hanging around for days… :-)I spotted one tenant of mine (whom I (as a tenant of course):-) having a bag, hung on a hook in the kitchen wall, delight in a sort of decoration:-) Immediately sent my husband to install hooks inside the kitchen sink cabinet door so she can hang the there. It is her choice not to invest on a trash bin, but at least the trash should not hang around. 🙂 So understand you Max completely on this one.

  14. Talan

    @DodieGoldney… @MrsWj…thanks for your comments, the monstera leaf shower curtain and rug were purchased from Target on the mainland but I belief they were perfect for Hawaii.@Rlmesq…although it looks the same green on the walls, I actually chose a color called “Lemon Balm” for the den but the fluorescent lighting then makes it appear green, but I collected it anyways.@Girl Jen…thanks so for your comments, I got the quilt many years ago online from Speigel (when they ancient to sell bedding) and fell in with the colors. I loved it so this is actually my second one, after my dog loved the first quilt too with his cramped paws!

  15. Quinn D.

    @ohthemilkyway I concur. Whose needs does this address, the children or the parents? Healthy attachment is fostered by parents who act as the “secure base” to which their children can return, allowing them to independence, not by being there all the time. Also, AAP recommends not doing this bc of the risk of crushing a baby and considerable link to SIDS.

  16. Victoria 99

    Sewing machines? …not. Bar soaps are to soaps that in an unsustainable disposable container. Desk top computers? …maybe with the average crowd… but not with computer geeks.

  17. KinsleyLea

    I adore the bed in your master bedroom. Does Restoration not carry it anymore? It looks similar to the iron canopy bed frame on their website – minus the canopy.

  18. Helen_Kailey

    I should also mention that one of the things about the second layout that is estimable is that it reuses the that you to hold commence anyway to be able to sit at the bar. That means that some of the you were reserving for circulation can now be for furniture.

  19. Ariyah-Aleah-Magnolia

    Since this is your house, you should up the draperies that you want to up. Having replied that, floor to ceiling on all the windows and for the side window, you conception of filling that entire short wall with floor to ceiling drapes? Maybe an illusion would work there, maybe.. Anyway, this is totally your choice and thank the MIL for her interest and input and achieve as you wish…….

  20. Emerson

    With a coop, I would avoid the fire department. This is a case of calling the authorities on yourself. If the objects in the hall are a fire hazard (and they may be,) your coop would be fined for the infraction – not the resident. I would seriously try to solve it in house.In terms of a fire hazard, if the shoes, baby carriage block the hall, even if only for the tenant in question, it is a violation of fire code – and the coop could be held responsible for not keeping the halls clear, particularly for a long standing storage situation. In contrast, if the halls are 8 feet wide and the storage only takes up about 2 feet of the width of that corridor and does not infringe on the path of for any tenant – then it might be in terms of fire code.You can stuff in your hallways (think of tables, mirrors, plants in hotel hallways) but it can not block your arrangement out in case of a fire (or the in for a fireman)

  21. Chad Kristopher Harry

    I agree with everyone else: a room that could be even lovelier. My tweak of choice would be to hang thick, rich but not curtains instead of the rather standard/impersonal blinds on your windows; I feel that at the moment the energy of the room can too easily drain out – it!

  22. Orlando_Walker_Makhi

    the brown fiberglass chairs are an eames chair by herman miller. they are and were purchased on ebay a year ago. they are the commercial version and the stacking hardware on either side.

  23. Melissa_Aiyana

    I some rearranging might help. Its to in the pictures but is that a bay window of some kind? it appears to acquire some depth and angles gradual it but I cant quite it together.Here is how I would rearrange:It seems the bulk of your furniture is around the bed and on the wall the and the windows are on. I would try the furniture to the side walls which appear to honest be blank and leave the walls facing eachother (with the doors and the window) more as they are architectual elements already to them up.I would the bed on one of the blank side walls, a headboard of some the bed would add interest to the wall the bed ends up on. There are a lot of posts on AT about cheap beadboards. I personally bought a discount rug for $5 and hung it on the wall my bed. made a world of in anchoring the bed and the room.I would the dresser and desk on the other wall with some of artwork centered over them.The one of furniture I might on the window wall is the bench under the window, would be a location to sit and kick your shoes off. Also having it at the foot of your bed takes up more room in the center and makes it feel more crowded, i against the wall would the room feel more spacious, especially if that is a bay window and it could be tucked in there a bit.

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