Focal points are important elements of living room design. It’s a time-honored tradition for good reason. Try placing one or two art pieces on a single large wall.
You won’t see large drapes and heavy fabrics in any French living room, despite of the obviously traditional setting.
Mysticism that radiates from it makes a great choice if you decide to experiment with Gothic style.
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.
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.
There are a lot of family room decorating ideas floating around out there. So how do you wade through all the muck to get to the good stuff? Luckily, there are a few general principles to follow when decorating a living room.
Emphasizing height will make your small living room seem bigger. Wall space that is just below the ceiling is still a good place for decorative attention, even though it is unconventional. Mount your window treatments up that high to make any window in the small living room look grand.
It costs significantly less to create and decorate a home that has an open floor plan. You no longer have to worry about spending money on doors, walls, painting and hardware.
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