It’s okay to create contrasts, but furniture does not have to be twisted between and at least the materials must be the same. The result will be more harmonious if you maintain a consistency in the finishes of the different modern living furniture, if you’re kidding for opaque, then furniture will have to be finished with opaque colors and the sofa will have to be fabric or nabuk leather. If you prefer glossy, then match shiny furniture to a leather sofa or glossy eco-leather.
Another solution is to choose all black or white furniture, and play with other colors to create contrast.
Maybe you could light up the living room by painting the white walls and decorating the modern black furniture and embodying a luxurious, off-white corner sofa that stalled in the room.
The black and white stay can be the background to many other chromes that you want to add, as the “black and white” lends itself perfectly to the color matching walls of different shades. Playing with rows and other geometries can give a more dynamic look to the environment.