Area rugs are a mixed bag. They can cause a lot of trouble or they can be very useful. It’s important to recognize when they few one or the other. There are few rules of thumb for using area rugs in a living room design.
The French are all about letting sun and nature inside, and thus decorate windows with light lacy panels. Quite often, they spice up with garden benches made of wrought iron, and they welcome all plants around.
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.
Emphasizing height will make your small living room seem bigger. Wall space that is just below the ceiling is still a good place for decorative attention, even though it is unconventional. Mount your window treatments up that high to make any window in the small living room look grand.
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.
First of all, you need to think about the area rug size. An area rug that is too small will make the whole living room design look disjointed.
Use the purple and violet shades in the bedroom, or living room for relaxing and peaceful atmosphere.
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.
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