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.
The living room is a place where the family gathers to enjoy life, a place where friends are entertained.
It all seems far away from our busy urban lives, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a dose of Provence in our own living rooms.
The French are all about letting sun and nature inside, and thus decorate windows with light lacy panels. Quite often, they spice up with garden benches made of wrought iron, and they welcome all plants around.
If you want to create a living room that is highly modern and luxury, we suggest you to combine some of the purple shades with metal decorative elements.
You also need to place your lighting at different levels throughout the room, like overhead lighting, table lamps, floor lamps, and wall sconces.
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.
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.
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