Because of this, most often an open floor plan is most recommended for a small family.
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.
Purple colors combined with pink or yellow can create gorgeous interior design. You can complement the purple sofa with yellow pillows and some small pink accessories.
The living room is a place where the family gathers to enjoy life, a place where friends are entertained.
In order to make this work, keep the color palette consistent and similar. This should carry through with the decorative touches, like your entry rug and your living area rug, or your seat cushions and your sofa.
Group art or photos so that they reach up to the ceiling. Consider attaching picture-rail molding around the room at around 18 inches down from the ceiling and then painting the wall above that railing a coordinating color.
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.
In fact, any rustic and homely setting can remind of the French countryside, as long as we know which elements can invoke it.
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.
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