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.
As for prints, the most traditional French motifs are lavender, sunflowers, olives, roosters, and beetles.
In the sacred colors the purple is liturgical (ritual) color. In many traditions is a symbol of intelligence and knowledge. Purple works mystical, mysterious, fascinating and creates passion. The purple color is for artistic types of strong spirit.
You won’t see large drapes and heavy fabrics in any French living room, despite of the obviously traditional setting.
Incorporate space-saving measures, such as built-in cabinetry recessed daybeds, and covered storage areas. This creates utility and adds an interesting architectural dimension to your small living room.
Focal points are important elements of living room design. It’s a time-honored tradition for good reason. Try placing one or two art pieces on a single large wall.
Even if you have installed room dividers in the space, you don’t get too much privacy. This layout gives you a lot of overall freedom, but you have to sacrifice some of your alone time.
A living room can serve different functions for people with a wide variety of lifestyles. Examine how you live to determine what makes sense for your own living room. If you have kids, then decorating your living room with lots of glass probably isn’t a great idea. For kids, plush...
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