By Odbart Schwarz. Living Room. Published at Friday, August 24th, 2018 - 20:24:00 PM.
Start with the basics and assess what furniture your living room really can’t do without – and how you might make it more versatile, with hidden storage, for example. Also think about how durable each piece needs to be and what’s worth investing in – soft furnishings get the most wear, so get the highest quality you can within your budget or opt for removable covers that can be machine washed.
The texture of your cushion is up to you but don’t be afraid to get creative and see what you can come up with. If you want, you can match your cushions to your curtains or throws but we do recommend having one bold burst of colour rather than having too much in the one room.
If you’re the type who dresses a certain way to achieve a particular look then you understand that living room decor goes far beyond simply being neat and tidy. There’s a look; there’s a feel. Your living room decor should have ambiance, especially one that reflects your interests, your vision.
The number of square metres you have has no influence on how cosy or inviting a the room can feel, but in principle, wild patterns and bold colours should be avoided if you want to visually enlarge the space as much as you can. It’s possible to create clever optical illusions with orientation, light, furniture layout, colour as well as living room storage space; fooling even the most discerning designer into thinking your room is much larger than it actually is.
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