Marriage is never what it really seems to be—or at least, that’s what Korean dramas of late are determined to portray. Hot on the heels of hits like The Penthouse: War in Life and The World of the Married comes Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce).
Now onto its second successful season, the series explores the intricacies of marital troubles as the characters experience, well, love, marriage, and divorce. The melodrama has consistently ranked amongst the top ten shows on Netflix in Singapore; while the exaggerated plot and scandalous affairs make the drama a must-watch, the stunning interiors are certainly a draw as well.
Here, we pull together a guide on how you can replicate the envy-worthy living rooms that are often featured in the series. Whether you lean towards glamorous elegance or contemporary chic, these living spaces will serve to inspire.
1. A living room with an off-white palette
Exuding elegance and cosiness, the airy light-filled residence of radio producer Sa Pi-young (Park Joo-mi) and psychiatrist Shin Yu-shin (Lee Tae-gon) conveys a sense of modern luxury. The lofty apartment is bathed in natural light that floods the space through large windows. Neutral tones and an array of soft furnishings combine sophistication with comfort.