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.
You still need to give it some thought, however. You need to have at least a bit of each of the three types of lighting: ambient, task, and accent.
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.
This will allow you to create a functional space and build up storage if you need it, even though this is a tiny living room.
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.
The purple sofas can be very easily combined with tone of materials. It matches perfectly with wooden floors, and creates very royally ambient if used with metal color decorations.
Mainly, it stands for comfort and warmness, and it supports family values. Its color palette is warm and moderately intense, and relies foremost on warm pinks, soft yellows, soothing creams, and very light blues. That’s why a country living room always feels like home.
The windows are by default tall and narrow, and benefit of cute reading arrangements. Instead of heavy drapes, there are shutters you’ll only see closed during summer.
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