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.
Save your time and money by using as little elements as possible as this also adds an open and spacious feeling.
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.
Paint makes a huge difference in the feel of your living room. The color can radically alter the atmosphere and even make your living room seem larger or smaller.
If you don’t want a very catchy design, the best idea is to choose only one color that you will combine with the purple. A good suggestion is the white color.
When you design a living room, you want to have inspiration for that design. Looking through this showcase of photos, you will find inspiration for the rectangular shaped living room.
Deviating from the idea of having a separate dining room, French designers insist on placing a dining table in the living room. This table should be massive and attractive, always with a low-sheen or a dull waxed finish.
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!
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