The art can even be done by you; that’s a sure way to add some personality into your home decor.
It is a flexible color and can be used in many different designs. It can add a touch of dramatization in more eccentric living room designs, and a touch of freshness when combines white light and gentle colors.
Your focal point’s color and/or pattern should be carried into the living room’s other decorative touches, like throw pillows, rugs, and blankets. This creates a finished and professionally designed look.
Whatever problem you might have in any of the rooms will surely spread across the whole home with this type of design. Whatever meal you make will be smelled throughout the whole apartment, but a plumbing issue or garbage odors will also spread quickly.
If you want to use purple in the home, choose the brighter shades such as lavender or light purple, but limit the use of this color.
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.
A French style living room relies heavily on beautiful, top quality fabrics.
Some of you may even take advantage of darker hues of colors like red or purple to give the room plenty of depth whilst using bright colored sofas and armchairs to brighten the room up for entertaining your family.
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