You need to bring the summer inside ? You miss the sea or you just fancy a dreamy calm bedroom ? You can choose one of our 10 fabulous living rooms ideas or one of our 10 gorgeous bedrooms options. Wether you have a small apartment or a spacious house, these ideas can be accomodated and adapted to every interior. LIVING ROOMS 1. Two years ago American comedian Dennis Miller and his wife sold their oceanside mansion south of Santa Barbara, California, for $19 million. 2. Blue-and-white living, easy to create with white walls and different shades of blue accessories. 3. Open kitchen to the living, highlited by glamorous lights and pebble-like backsplash. 4. The rattan sofa and turqouise walls make this living cozy and dreamy. 5. Green, white and blue. Leaves and waves. Wood and water. 6. A maze of frames attract the eye of the visitor in this creamy sandy room. 7. When you have a sea view, nobody looks at the furniture 🙂 8. Glamorous and posh New York apartment, with a lively colour combination. 9. The outside scenery is brought inside, the decorator keeping exactly the same range of colours. 10. Dark-blue and chestnut shades in this living where the two paintings are most important items. BEDROOMS 1. Oceanside mansion south of Santa Barbara, California. High ceiling, generous windows and gorgeous fireplace. 2. Romance is the key-word of this bedroom. Rattan, wood, and linen: a big yes to natural materials. 3. Vivid coral and blue – for the ones for whom only blue is too boring. 4. Small but very cozy bedroom. 5. Little boats and little starfish, plus navy striped bedsheets. Cannot be more navy !! 6. Mirror, mirror on the wall…. 7. Delicious sky-blue and coral mix. 8.Classic, calm and traditional retreat for busy people. 9. Take a sparkling shiny light, add a blue-greyish bed and some yellow comfy cushions and/or bedsheets. 10. Black bed from IKEA and blue walls for sweet dreams. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.