By Fulbert Norbert. Living Room. Published at Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 - 10:32:21 AM.
Mid-century furniture is simplistic in design. It is designed using clear lines and soft curves. You won’t find many bold designs, fabricates or overstated patterns in mid-century furniture. And because your furniture is the main focal point of a room, these are the types of pieces you want to select for a mid-century living room. Materials used to construct mid-century furniture are wood, fiberglass and other metals. Saturated colors are very commonly used in couches, chairs. You can mix and match styles of couches and chairs and pair theme with a mix and matched set of tables.
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.
There are many different ways in which you can create a centerpiece focal point. Most people create their centerpiece on a main table in the room; a coffee table or sofa table. Depending on the design and area of your room, you can arrange your furniture so that you can have a centerpiece that is visible from all points of the room.
Placing multiple area rugs in different sections can give the appearance of having more than one space within a room. Mixing patterns and using eclectic designs like the berber/ boucherouite rugs pictured above can especially liven things up.
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