Gorgeous minimal living room in neutral tones
They say that if you really want to know someone, you should start by their living room. There are so many ways to decorate this ‘personal temple’ and Covet House is here to spark some ideas for your home. Remember – a living room should always strike the perfect balance between comfort and style. Looking for inspiration? Look no further!
Leverone Design was founded in 2007 by Matthew Leverone as a client-centric, collaborative interior design firm based in the United States. After working for noted architecture and design firms, and coming from a family that was focused on art, architecture, and an appreciation of beautiful things, Matthew knew that his firm’s focus would be on residential interiors—a longtime passion—with a strong architectural foundation. Each of Leverone Design’s projects balance scale and proportion, contextual appropriateness, and relaxed refinement.
Philip Center Table takes Ezra’s challenging concepts of design and interprets them in an all-new and natural way. The structure of this magniﬁcent center table turns around the diﬀerent variations of the geometrical round shape and follows the unusual base idea of the fabulous dining table. When strategically styled in your living room, center tables can really become a statement.
With a base in white marble, matte walnut veneer and polished brass and a lampshade in white satin fabric, Apache Table Light aims to recall the beauty of Colorado’s landscapes. This table lamp adds a twist to any decor.
Inspired by the elegance of neutral tones, White Garden is a square-shaped rug, which with its shades of white, is suitable for any environment. The neutral color and the reference to the geometric style in its interior make it a very elegant and classy product.
Boma Sideboard was inspired by the Boma Plateau, a region in the east of South Sudan, which is also one of the few places where the wild coffea arabica grows. This breathtaking landscape serves as inspiration for the Boma Sideboard design, where the round inox aged detail protrudes from the organic pattern of the decape wood, resembling the fantastic mountain that emerges from the plains of the Boma Natural Park.