By Jasmine Corentin. Living Room. Published at Sunday, May 06th, 2018 - 23:24:38 PM.
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.
When everything is pushed against the wall it can make things look cramped, but when furniture is centered allowing you to walk the exterior it can create the illusion of spaciousness and help the traffic flow if you have guests.
A living room is the place where you spend most part of your home awake time. You entertain your guests there or if the TV is in the living you will spend family time there watching movies. So this are enough reasons to have a good looking living room, that reflects your taste and style.
Harmonizing is a way of saying to create an even visual flow through the room. You can harmonize with color schemes, and your furniture to draw the eyes from a large piece of furniture to the wall behind it by using a lighter shade of paint on the wall than the color of the sofa to draw the focus off the furniture and on to the space behind it.
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