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25 Easy Ways To Embrace The Views In The Room
A space with a view is love! Whatever it is – a bathroom, a bedroom, a living room, a dining space or a kitchen, the view will be the main decor feature (if we can call it so) and will have a great impact on your space. How to make it framed in a perfect way? Here are some ways to do that.
Fewer Window Treatments
While we typically cover the windows with curtains or shades, a gorgeous view shouldn’t be hidden. To avoid that, keep your window decor to a minimum: go for sheer curtains for some privacy in case you need it or just skip them at all – and your view will be always there.
this bedroom with a view features totally no window treatments that allow enjoying the views anytime
a gorgeous sea view is framed with only windows, no treatments make the view shine during the day and night
if you need some curtains, keep them open during the day to enjoy the unframed view much more
neutral colored shades are kept up to give you some privacy and let enjoy the views during the day
a minimalist bathroom done with concrete and with an uncovered natural view - privacy isn't a must here
a relaxing and beautiful bathing space with a view and some sheer curtains for more privacy
a kitchen with an unframed and uncovered view of a mountain lake inspires to create a culinary masterpiece
If your view comes from a large window or a balcony view you want to create a seating display that will allow sitting and enjoying the views, it will also emphasize the feature you have. You may try other combos, too – a table and chairs by the window if it’s a kitchen or a dining space, a couple of chairs to sit and relax, a windowsill seat or a desk and a chair.
frame your view with a windowsill daybed - there's nothing better to enjoy the views
an L-shaped windowsill seat along the window can be a bench for the dining table
a couple of fur covered chairs, a side table by the glazed wall create a chic space to enjoy the views and breathe in that frosty air
a couple of chairs plus a coffee table let both people enjoy the views and talks here a lot
a sofa placed next to the window is a great furniture piece to enjoy the views and emhasize them a lot
if it's a bedroom, place your bed so that you could enjoy the views you have as much as possible
an L-shaped seating emphasizes the view letting a large company have fun and joy here
Neutral Color Schemes
Neutrals are always an excellent form of enhancing the view in any room. bold and contrasting decor will catch an eye, while neutral shades will create a welcoming and airy space uniting it with outdoors as much as possible.
a neutral bedroom that accents the views and a windowsill bench that allows enjoying them even more
a neutral bathroom with a tub by a large window - nothing here distracts from the view, and light blue touches add a bit of color
the only bright touch here is a mustard blanket that adds an accent but doesn't distract form the views
a warm-colored and neutral living room done with wood, cane and leather plus gorgeous views from double height windows
a neutral-colored chalet space with a whole glazed wall that provides the views and fills the space with natural light
When the point is to bring more of the outdoors directly in, adding greenery or other plants inside is always a great idea. The additional bits of greenery will create a seamless approach towards what the outdoors looks like and what your indoor décor has become. Keep plants near a window so the room looks more cohesive.
a fully glazed liivng room decorated with potted greenery to tie it up with outdoors
tie up your nook with greenery outside - place some greenery in a vase and add a green pillow to match
an attic space with a view and tall potted trees that tie the space with outdoors
a sunroom with lots of potted greenery plus greenery outside create a cohesive space look