Be realistic and honest about the space you have and what furniture will fit into it. A 52-inch plasma TV might be an awesome addition to your home, but it is not likely to work for a small living room.
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.
Tuck a desk or bench in there to make better use of the space. If you have an intriguing feature like a fireplace or a coffered ceiling, give it some decorative treatments to draw people to it.
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.
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.
You won’t see large drapes and heavy fabrics in any French living room, despite of the obviously traditional setting.
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!
Let the light flow through the room by making the space more open. You won’t be in need of any windows when you have a wide and bright space. Letting light come in from plenty directions allows an increase in freshness and creates a feeling of free flow; this way...
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