You can use it for the pillows, for the curtains, for the rugs…it is your choice.
The combination of purple colors in the living room elements will create a pulsating atmosphere, full of energy and enthusiasm. Don’t be afraid to play with the shades and tones!
The windows are by default tall and narrow, and benefit of cute reading arrangements. Instead of heavy drapes, there are shutters you’ll only see closed during summer.
Incorporate space-saving measures, such as built-in cabinetry recessed daybeds, and covered storage areas. This creates utility and adds an interesting architectural dimension to your small living room.
There are so many decisions for you to make, but when you pick the pieces and themes that you love, you are going to adore the room that you come up with. Just always remember to go with your heart and only chose things that you absolutely love.
Embrace the innate coziness of a small living room. Seat multiple people on smalls eats packed closely together rather than on a sectional sofa. A loveseat and two chairs give more seats than a three-seater sofa, as it turns out.
This makes French country style cost-effective, as you can get the job done with used and distressed furniture, or unique metal accents that support the recognizable shabby chic spirit. And while wood dominates French-inspired living rooms, the choice of materials goes way beyond it.
The sofa is most often the main seating place in the room, so working on the sofa will definitely enhance the mood and dictate the style of the area.
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