Since this is your newly built house I expect the wall color is one you've chosen and want to keep. Also your furniture looks fairly new so you likely want to work with what is in the pic.
While it's sort of a backward approach to a color scheme I recommend finding a print that has the colors you currently have. It's easier to start with a print and use that to choose paint and furniture but it's not impossible to do it the other way. If you have paint and fabric swatches to take to a fabric store you can likely find something that will work to use for window treatments and cushion covers to tie your grey and beige colors together. I see a bit of red on the right of the pic - is that an accent color you want to use? Also is that a navy throw on the back of the loveseat? Include those favorite colors in your search for a print. You need something to tie all the different colors together. Prints can include stripes, checks, plaids, florals, or geometrics and it's best to find one that suits your chosen style of decor.
Do you have any art or wall decor you'd like to use? If not take your time to find something that really appeals to you. It's not necessary that art 'match' the colors in the room.
I agree more info will help us to give you more advice.
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curtains/drapes first. I would use white ones. Then see what room you have for hanging the TV. I wouldn't put anything around the TV. You could paint the TV console black or dark brown like your other furniture and decorate the top with vases, figurines, etc. I like the red and the dark aqua so why not get vases, pillows and throws in those colors. Some lamps would make a nice cozy room.
You can choose to hang your TV on the wall instead of placing it on the table. It will not only look great but also provide space for other furniture items in your living room. Wall holders, gallery displays and wall shelves have also become a trend and are very effective for living rooms. You can avoid adding a separate book shelf and keep books in wall holders instead, along with your vase collection, photo frames and other decorative items; a wall holder can make room for all. Check out this curio I bought from Furniture Zone & Sleep Shop in KilleenThis message has been edited. Last edited by: denawills,