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.
The living room is a place where the family gathers to enjoy life, a place where friends are entertained.
French designers are inspired by their countryside to prepare fabrics for interiors, but still keep in mind these should work with stripes, plaids, and other modern home features. The palette consists of primary colors craftily combined with lavender, green, and bright orange.
Add a console table or low dresser against the back of your sofa for extra table surface that can be used for lighting, decor, or a place to put drinks or food.
If you’re the type of socialite that enjoys quality time with the family and hosting entertaining gatherings, then this might be your best choice.
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.
If you are renting and your lease and landlord allow it, try painting the living room ceiling a shade lighter than the walls to make it seem higher, which will make the tiny living room seem more light and airy.
You can use it for the pillows, for the curtains, for the rugs…it is your choice.
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