By Siri Abrahamsson. Modern. Published at Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 - 15:39:02 PM.
Cooler shades, like green, blue, gray, and beige, work well and are complements to most color schemes. You should match your wall colors with your upholstery and accessories to make everything fit together and give it a clean appearance.
Lighter colors open up a room, while darker ones will make it feel like a cramped cave. Your paint color can make a big difference in your living room. Stick with only two or three complementary shades for the best result.
Be realistic and honest about the space you have and what furniture will fit into it. A 52-inch plasma TV might be an awesome addition to your home, but it is not likely to work for a small living room.
Tuck a desk or bench in there to make better use of the space. If you have an intriguing feature like a fireplace or a coffered ceiling, give it some decorative treatments to draw people to it.
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