By Severine Edmonde. Living Room. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 14:40:20 PM.
The basic idea is to set up your living room so that it flows smoothly and conversationally. You do not want a room that is choppy or chaotic with the furniture layout so that it confuses people and makes them feel anxious to be in the room. When you have a comfortable flowing room, whether your sofa is against the wall with a coffee table placed in front of it, or your couch sits openly in the room with a sofa table butted up right behind, you can put a beautiful centerpiece on it that brightens the room, adds a sense of your style and taste, and allows your guests to focus on it and find the beauty in it, and everything around them.
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.
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.
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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