You know you want all the green vintage furniture rentals for your lounge, but do they all match, or 'go together' ?
Short answer is NO.
Long answer...read on!
Monochromatic looks are great, but sometimes, there is something just not quite right with all those pieces together...9 times outta 10, it is the wood tone.
It can also be the shade of green, and the undertone of that shade.
In the example above, none of the colours match, and the wood tones are different on all of the pieces too. Eclectic is generally the easiest style to achieve, because anything goes! This design is a lot of bold colour, so the more colour, the better.
For this backyard intimate wedding, neutrals were our friends! The designer asked for neutrals and dark wood tones. Having a palette to choose from helps make the choices easier.
You can pair different colours, by matching the wood tones. Keeping the wood element the same tone, will help unify the lounge.
Adding an area rug will define the lounge space, and help marry the different colours of furniture as well.
You can use these images to pin on your wedding Pinterest boards for future reference.
I hope this blog article is helpful in your lounge planning. We love creating new space ideas, so book an appointment to view, and a design consult to help you bring your design ideas together into a cohesive lounge space.
Join us next week, as we share our latest inspiration design. Showing you how to use a typically fall colour palette with a spring twist.