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.
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!
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.
If you are renting and your lease and landlord allow it, try painting the living room ceiling a shade lighter than the walls to make it seem higher, which will make the tiny living room seem more light and airy.
The final step is to use the appropriate lightning, that will act as a “cherry to the cream”. Choose lightning that matches the colors that you previously choose for your living room design.
Eyeballing it is not going to work very well. Remember, that even though there are rules, there is a lot of flexibility in living room design and breaking some rules can give great results.
What is even more charming, doorways are most of the time decorated with low-maintenance vines.
It’s also the entertainment hub of the house, with a DVD player and TV, a CD player with your collection of CDs. This makes the living room a place of high activity in your home.
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