By Jasmine Corentin. Living Room. Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 05:13:49 AM.
Your living room is where you spend so much of your time, relaxing, entertaining and visiting with friends and family. Creating a warm and inviting space is one way to make the room an inviting place to want to be. The décor you choose for your living room can either make the room a place where you want to gather, or a room you avoid because it just doesn’t feel cozy and welcoming. One of the most important aspects of designing your living room is to create a nice focal point that not only draws your attention in to it, but the rest of your room décor accentuates it. Many people like to use a nice centerpiece in their living room to work all the rest of the room décor around.
Items that move vertically like tall bookshelves, entertainment units, paintings and striped rugs are all aspects that can elongate a space. The higher the bookshelf, the taller the ceiling and the longer those stripes stretch the lengthier the room seems.
Tall ceilings, large windows framed by fluid curtains which let the natural light in, different materials and textures, exquisite furniture and an overall elegant look also given by the neutral color scheme make us want to stare forever at the pictures in the gallery. The dining area is the most sophisticated space of the whole living. Sleek shiny floors, oval dining table with black chairs and a marvelous lighting object hanging above the table are just the main elements that characterize this incredible space.
Decorating a room starts with choosing your color scheme. Everything you choose for your room after, from furniture, to art, décor pieces and window treatments, are typically all based off of your color choices. For a mid-century living room, keep in mind that the colors were typically a scheme of neutral tones that were accented with darker hues of many different colors; green, yellow, red, purple, dark brown, red, orange, and more.
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