You can choose between round or rectangular tables – it is all the same, as long as there are gracious curves and carved details, and comfy chairs to accompany it. Speaking of chairs, get ones with vertical slats, or ideally with a ladder-back.
Hang a chandelier to draw attention to the ceiling, or place striking artwork above the fireplace mantel to make it stand out. You could play up windows using elegant curtains that highlight their unique and interesting shape and size.
It all seems far away from our busy urban lives, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a dose of Provence in our own living rooms.
Another very common feature of French decor is flowers. You will find them all around, carefully displayed in glass vases, old cooper pots, or baskets. In such way, French people attempt to bring nature inside their homes.
The most important thing you can do in your living room is getting accurate measurements. You should memorize them, even, or at least note them down on your phone or in a small notebook so that you can have them on hand when making purchasing decisions.
The velvet purple sofa, combined with wooden chairs and contemporary fireplace will make a very cute and cozy place from your living room.
Living rooms often serve multiple purposes, working as entryways, home offices, and dining spaces. You need to find a way to smoothly integrate these functions together, which is even harder for a small living room.
A theme is what pulls your decorating ideas together. Deciding on a theme for your family room largely depends on what kind of house you live in, where you live and your lifestyle. For example, if you live in a rustic cabin near a ski resort, you’d want to decorate...
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