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Living Room Art

 

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Digitally generated small and cozy modern living room interior design, with sofa, armchair and coffee table. The scene was rendered with photorealistic shaders and lighting in Autodesk® 3ds Max 2016 with V-Ray 3.6 with some post-production added.

Digitally generated stylish living room with high quality furniture that reflects the style of Art Deco. The wavelike curvature of the couch (sofa) carries the features of modernism, conveys its character in rejecting straight lines and angles in favor of more natural, "natural" lines. The scene was rendered with photorealistic shaders and lighting in Autodesk® 3ds Max 2016 with V-Ray 3.6 with some post-production added

 

Wall art is that finishing element that can help pull a space together and make it feel complete. It is that little extra touch that can take your space from simply looking functional to appearing as if it should grace the pages of an interior design magazine. The key is to choose a piece of art or another wall hanging that fits in with the decorating style that you’ve already chosen for the room. Wall art doesn’t have to be the last piece of the puzzle when you’re decorating a new space. In fact, it shouldn’t be. In our minds, wall art is most important when it comes to interior design. This is because when it’s used properly, your wall hangings can provide an excellent framework around which you should be able to plan the rest of the room. Take the above post as a guide for how to properly select and incorporate wall art into your interiors and you’ll end up with a design that looks like it was professionally put together.

 

Modern family room with glowing fireplace and grand piano in this Chicago IL residence.

Scandinavian interior design living room 3d render with gray colored furniture and wooden elements