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.
The flooring rules are simple – brick, stone, or clay. Here and there, you may also see charming wooden boards on the floor.
This could be a large wall hanging or an intriguing wall sculpture. If placed just right, this focal point will open up the room. If instead, you scatter too many pieces around, it can and probably will make the room feel cluttered.
The intervals in their arrangement are regular, but the scale varies depending on the size of the fabric. Typically, they appear on textile products such as curtain panels, linens, and table cloths.
If you don’t prefer having your sofa against the wall then a lounge corner is just the thing for you; you can even add a painted screen in the whole mix accompanied by a simplistic statue.
The living room is an important part of every home, and it should be treated as such. When you are working on the design of a living room, you want to make sure that you have all of the inspiration that you need.
The velvet purple sofa, combined with wooden chairs and contemporary fireplace will make a very cute and cozy place from your living room.
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