By Adelbert Hahn. Living Room. Published at Sunday, August 05th, 2018 - 08:08:01 AM.
A country style living room design often include traditional features like large brick-built hearths, broad timber beams and carpets, although undecorated wooden floors work really well in a country style living room. Large dining tables and accessories like candles can also be great additions.
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.
Redesigning a living room? Or perhaps just trying to make a small space look bigger? Whatever your motive for tackling your living room layout, it's the room you and your family will spend lots of time in, so getting it right is vital. The perfect living room is one that suits the way that you live, whether you want a space for entertaining, a quiet and isolated room to withdraw to, or a multi-functional space that can be adapted to whatever the situation needs. Here's how to get your living room layout spot on.
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.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Firstain website that is not Firstain’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Firstain claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.