If you are in love with the purple color, you can use many shades of the same in the living room, and still create an elegant ambient. Use one shade for the sofa, other for the rug, third for the walls, but be careful to not create a mess.
Then, you will be able to choose the containers that you want to use for the plants. Finally, you will be able to choose just what kind of plants you want to use. This collection of photos will inspire you as you work to design the best living room.
Another thing to be seen in every French country living room is contrast, especially in reference to textures. For instance, you will see rough and dark wooden beams opposing a pale ceiling, or a truly Provincial fabric full of colors placed on a neutral seating arrangement.
If you don’t prefer having your sofa against the wall then a lounge corner is just the thing for you; you can even add a painted screen in the whole mix accompanied by a simplistic statue.
Thinking of the French countryside, we can’t help missing its endless lavender fields washed in the sunshine.
A lot of people have a problem selecting a paint color, though. It’s important to not pick paint first. Instead, select the most important and expensive pieces of furniture and/or decor in your living room first, then pick out your paint color.
They affect our moods subconsciously, and because of that when arranging the living space, you should take into account what type of feelings you want to generate by using them.
Hang a chandelier to draw attention to the ceiling, or place striking artwork above the fireplace mantel to make it stand out. You could play up windows using elegant curtains that highlight their unique and interesting shape and size.
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