Burgundy and other wine “flavored“ colors are coming back as palette-able (haha) color options for contemporary spaces, particularly living rooms. Burgundy had its heyday in the 1990s but has disappeared for awhile. Its rich depth works well on larger living room pieces or even walls because it‘s somewhat neutral but with a hint of something more.
Cobalt blue has been around for a few years now as a popular color choice for many spaces, and it still works wonders in the living room. Confident, cheerful, and vibrant, this color brings a bold, modern touch to almost any living room space. Just as with any bold color, you’ll want to use it strategically and probably limit the visual “busy-ness“ of the surrounding space, just to avoid visual chaos.
There isn’t a better time for lazing around with a magazine than those summer Saturday afternoons when it’s too hot to do much of anything. Keep your favorites organized and on hand in a dotty magazine file like this.