It’s also the entertainment hub of the house, with a DVD player and TV, a CD player with your collection of CDs. This makes the living room a place of high activity in your home.
In fact, any rustic and homely setting can remind of the French countryside, as long as we know which elements can invoke it.
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.
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.
Some of you may even take advantage of darker hues of colors like red or purple to give the room plenty of depth whilst using bright colored sofas and armchairs to brighten the room up for entertaining your family.
Cooler shades, like green, blue, gray, and beige, work well and are complements to most color schemes. You should match your wall colors with your upholstery and accessories to make everything fit together and give it a clean appearance.
The small size of a small living room means that space is at a premium, so more conventional furniture arrangements are not necessarily going to work here. Try nudging one piece of furniture in front of another.
If you want to create a living room that is highly modern and luxury, we suggest you to combine some of the purple shades with metal decorative elements.
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