This eclectic and oh-so-hip white modern living room from the sixties would have been pretty basic but for the extra colorful decorative bursts here and there.
For starters, there were bursts of color. The purple and dark pink kept the otherwise mostly white room from looking too pedestrian, while the greens — in the marble hearth, the chimney hood, and the jade sculpture — balanced the color wheel.
The contemporary sofa had low angles at the ends rather than traditional armrests, which led to a more wide-open feel.
At one side of the window, you could see was one style of a popular feature from the 1950s and 1960s: the decorative cement blocks.
In conjunction with the long white padded cushion, the long table could be used as a coffee table, or when entertaining.