Extra space is just one of the many benefits an open floor plan has – you can enlarge the rooms and provide a fresher space to live in.
Mainly, it stands for comfort and warmness, and it supports family values. Its color palette is warm and moderately intense, and relies foremost on warm pinks, soft yellows, soothing creams, and very light blues. That’s why a country living room always feels like home.
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.
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.
Group art or photos so that they reach up to the ceiling. Consider attaching picture-rail molding around the room at around 18 inches down from the ceiling and then painting the wall above that railing a coordinating color.
Cooler shades, like green, blue, gray, and beige, work well and are complements to most color schemes. You should match your wall colors with your upholstery and accessories to make everything fit together and give it a clean appearance.
What is even more charming, doorways are most of the time decorated with low-maintenance vines.
You can use it for the pillows, for the curtains, for the rugs…it is your choice.
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