One of the best ways that you can add some colour to your living room is by investing in some colourful art. Having art in your living room not only add some colour but it gives your guests something to look at when they visit your home.
If you’re the sort of person to walk around without shoes on inside, carpet helps to keep your feet warm and radiates an aura of cosiness. Ultimately, what you choose should depends on the conditions of the room and your lifestyle. As we mentioned earlier, think about the effect you
For those whose tastes lean more toward the ancient and ornate, a fireplace provides an ideal spot for showcasing that style. Grecian statues flank this green tiled fireplace, but the details don’t stop there – the trim, moulding, brass log holders (whatever they’re called), all of it just works together
When it comes to fireplaces, Are you one of those people who support the ‘Nothing can beat the tradition’ theory? If yes, forget about modernistic transformations, and stick to a stone fireplace. This could literally mean ‘digging a hole in the wall’, so get ready for some serious renovation challenges.
The sofa itself shouldn’t be the center of attention in the living room. So don’t try to make it stand out more than it has to by choosing a very bold color. Also, trendy patterns are not a great option either. Pattern and color should come from the throw pillows
To save space and to cut down on unnecessary extra furniture, choose pieces that offer as much versatility as possible: coffee tables with plenty of storage shelves; TV cabinets with added drawers; and even sofas with hidden storage. Opt for living room cabinets that have both open and closed storage
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
If you have the space, and particularly in through living rooms, arrange furniture to create purposeful zones. Sure, have a sofa that is just for TV worshippers, but also create a defined reading space by putting an armchair next to a window or table lamp; assign a dedicated work space
Avoid making your living room feel tight and cramped. Limit the furniture you place in the room, and pull in extra chairs only when you need them. With less furniture, the room will have more open energy and better traffic patterns.
Another way to organize the furniture in a large living room is by creating two or more sitting areas. For example, you can have a cozy window nook, a reading corner, a comfy spot in front of the fireplace with two armchairs and the usual sofa.
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