Lighting is one of the most important and most complex aspects of any room. For living rooms, it is less utilitarian than it is in many other spaces, like the kitchen and bathroom.
The sofa is one of the largest pieces of furniture in each living room and how are you going to decorate your sofa and the space around it is really important.
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.
The common themes are bucolic country life scenes, 18th century court settings, farm animals, or Chinese patterns. The prints are usually applied on cotton or linen.
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.
There are many rules for ideally proportioning things in a living room design and you need to have accurate measurements to make everything fits both physically and visually.
Take advantage of the ways that your small living room offers to expand its style and function. It might have a nook or cranny that is not being used very much, for instance.
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.
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