The sofa is one of the largest pieces of furniture in each living room and how are you going to decorate your sofa and the space around it is really important.
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.
Take advantage of the ways that your small living room offers to expand its style and function. It might have a nook or cranny that is not being used very much, for instance.
An idea is to use light purple color for the walls, creating a bright and fresh space.
Or you can have a unique living room interior design with a combination of features; white walls with varnished wooden floors, white sofas and pale blue or green armchairs with yellow cushions, paintings or plants, with bookcases.
What is really noticeable in French country decor is the overall appearance of catchy architectural features. You can see them on plaster walls, distressed ceiling beams, stone floors, or many unusual places.
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.
French country living rooms are very inspiring, which means you won’t find it difficult to recreate the look. You can use items such as colorful tiles and ceramic, pottery, wire baskets, pieces of carved wood, plants, and beautiful paintings on the wall. The arrangement is up to you!
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