By Jasmine Corentin. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 19:25:19 PM.
Your eyes will naturally move to the outer edges of the area rug, giving the illusion of more square footage. It can also be a great way to create two rooms within one if your living and dining room share a space.
A dark shade may seem daring but when used as an accent it works well to extend the space. If you’re feeling really bold go for a fun wallpaper print or DIY design.
Mid-Century design is here to stay. Once introduced in the 1950’s and 1960’s, it remained a staple in the decorating arena and is most recognized for its crisp, stylish and unique look. The use of neat lines and symmetrical shapes are eye-catching, and have a modern flair, even today. A mid-century décor theme can dress-up any room in the house, including the bedroom, kitchen, dining room, and living room. You can create a mid-century living room by utilizing a number of décor materials and ideas, from mid-century style furniture, art and décor pieces, light fixtures, and color schemes. If you love the mid-century look, and want to revamp your living room for a fresh new look, here are a few ideas that can help you get just the right look and feel of a modernized mid-century living room.
Depending on the size of the wall you want to brick, you can choose from an array of different-sized bricks to fit the wall. Smaller walls might look better with smaller bricks or a large wall, better with larger bricks. Even so, anything can go and smaller bricks on a large wall can create the illusion of a larger wall space.
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