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.
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.
Want some quality family time? This is just the way to decrease the isolation that can occur when walls part the family members.
The French Country style uses colors from the wheel’s full spectrum. These are: ‐Soft golds and sunny yellows ‐Burnt rust, chocolate browns, and fiery reds ‐Grass greens and hunter greens ‐Soft nautical blues and cobalt blues
Despite what you might think, it does not need to be very expensive. Everyone’s tastes can vary, but you can find something great for any budget and preference if you just look around. Follow your instincts.
Living rooms often serve multiple purposes, working as entryways, home offices, and dining spaces. You need to find a way to smoothly integrate these functions together, which is even harder for a small living room.
French designers agree that it is important to work with natural materials. This makes their seemingly simple work memorable, as there is enough texture all around to complement the lack of bold colors.
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.
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