By Madelhari Koch. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, August 08th, 2018 - 22:04:38 PM.
Your living room floor suffers a lot of use and abuse, so choosing the best is key. A carpet may look lovely to begin with, but light colours should be avoided in favour of darker shades, contemporary patterns or a low-pile, stain resistant carpet. Either way, it's worth knowing how to clean carpet before you have yours laid. Natural flooring, such as sisal, is another option, but these can be tricky to maintain, so opt for a rug in these materials over hard floor.
Consider, too, what you really need in your living room, and what you can live without. At the very least, you'll need enough seating, side and/or coffee tables, a TV unit, storage for everything from gaming equipment to toys to books. If this is starting to over-load the room, what could go elsewhere?
Modern living rooms sit between the stylish minimalist designs and the energy of classic designs. They are never cluttered or chaotic, with skilfully chosen decorations and accessories such as designer seating and lighting. A classically modern living room design will generally avoid bright colours, preferring pure white walls and muted tones.
When it comes to living room decor, there isn’t a look more dynamic than an industrial setting. This high contrast style can be achieved with or without the exposed ceilings or naked pipes. With a bit of imagination, you can take any living space and render it industrial with the right accent furniture.
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