The best place where you can locate a sofa would be the longest wall in the room and you can even increase the overall effect by adding some sort of artwork or a mirror on the wall above the sofa.
Thinking of the French countryside, we can’t help missing its endless lavender fields washed in the sunshine.
But don’t stick with only one shade. Try to use different shades of purple in the design, so that every accessory will stand out individually.
Think twice before you buy or create an open floor plan, as there are some things that may not work as well as you think.
This makes French country style cost-effective, as you can get the job done with used and distressed furniture, or unique metal accents that support the recognizable shabby chic spirit. And while wood dominates French-inspired living rooms, the choice of materials goes way beyond it.
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.
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.
Thinking of having a living room with fireplace? That would be an amazing idea and you should try it.
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