By Babette Candide. Living Room. Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 17:11:56 PM.
The living room is where you spend a great deal of time, relaxing, watching TV, playing with the kids, and entertaining. You want the room to look and feel comfortable and welcoming; a place where you want to be and spend time. Small living rooms can. Limited space in a living room can soon become overcrowded just by putting too large of furniture pieces in the room, leaving little room to walk and move about freely. It can also make you feel anxious and overwhelmed rather than relaxed. If you are like most people, the couch is the main piece of furniture in the room; the one piece that you can relax, put your feet up and get comfortable watching TV, reading or visiting. Choosing the right couch is important because you don’t only want it to be beautiful, but functional. If you are looking to purchase a new couch for your living room and need to keep it small to economize the space you have, keep reading to learn some tips on how choose the perfect, small couch.
Uniquely designed, modernized chandeliers are one way to show of your personal style. Have fun with the type of chandelier you choose. There are fun sunburst-style chandeliers, or choose from other geometric type designs. You can pair your hanging light fixture with fun, mid-century side table lamps or wall sconces.
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.
Mirrors are a great technique for visually expanding a room. Place a large mirror where it will reflect the most light and watch your space nearly double in size.
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