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.
To achieve a noble look, combine the purple furniture with golden accessories. You can use golden color for the ceilings or pillows. The usage of glassy chandelier or lamps will contribute even more to the aristocratic look.
Living room decorating ideas are all around us. Save pictures of ideas you like and inspire you. Take mental notes of your friend’s living rooms. And finally, don’t be afraid to experiment. Decorating is an art, not an exact science.
Use these living room decorating ideas to transform your small living room from a cramped cave or sparse void into a relaxing and comfortable space.
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.
You can also enhance the dramatic effect of the accent wall by adding a hanging collection which will save you some storage space while having visual appeal; shadow boxes and self-stick hooks can be used to display anything you’d like.
As for prints, the most traditional French motifs are lavender, sunflowers, olives, roosters, and beetles.
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.
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