By Severine Edmonde. Living Room. Published at Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 13:12:02 PM.
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.
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.
There are endless options and choices for using brick in your living room. Colors, sizes and finished or distressed, all create different looks and feels in a living room. From shabby chic to industrial, even just one brick wall can easily adapt to your décor theme you’ve already chosen. Here are some different ideas on how you can incorporate a brick wall into your living room.
What’s more expansive than the great outdoors? A few good indoor plants add liveliness to a room and can give a space a breath of fresh air. Add other outside elements like a hammock couch or rattan chair for even more of that open air feel!
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