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.
Lighter colors open up a room, while darker ones will make it feel like a cramped cave. Your paint color can make a big difference in your living room. Stick with only two or three complementary shades for the best result.
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.
Extra space is just one of the many benefits an open floor plan has – you can enlarge the rooms and provide a fresher space to live in.
You can have a completely white living room with white sofas, coffee table and rug with black shelves containing books or knick-knacks.
Mainly the purple is considered as a female color, but with the right combination of other shades and colors, it can create an extremely manly atmosphere.
If you are in love with the purple color, you can use many shades of the same in the living room, and still create an elegant ambient. Use one shade for the sofa, other for the rug, third for the walls, but be careful to not create a mess.
What is really noticeable in French country decor is the overall appearance of catchy architectural features. You can see them on plaster walls, distressed ceiling beams, stone floors, or many unusual places.
Emphasizing height will make your small living room seem bigger. Wall space that is just below the ceiling is still a good place for decorative attention, even though it is unconventional. Mount your window treatments up that high to make any window in the small living room look grand.
A French style living room relies heavily on beautiful, top quality fabrics.
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