By Soffía Rebekka. Living Room Decor. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 06:39:42 AM.
While a large area allows you to decorate with many colors, its best to use similar colors on the walls and furnishings in a small room. With less contrast between the furniture and wall color, the furniture blends into the background and the room appears larger. Often paint colors are associated with particular design styles. Modern furniture looks good in rooms painted white, beige, gray, sage and other neutral colors. Country style rooms feel homey when painted in colors named for things found in nature such as wheat, grass, sky and apple.
Add some shelving, when there is little room and more stuff to put, you should invest in shelving that you can use as storage. Shelves are a dimensional element in your living room décor that adds focal points and essential functionality to a formal living room décor. Maintain the cleanliness because accidents happen even when you are being careful. Treat your furniture with stain guard and periodically have your things personally cleaned. It will be more comfortable to know that the furniture is safe from tear, normal wear, pets and spills.
Sophisticated, upscale rooms have walls painted with colors toned down by mixing them with gray. These muted colors are suited for quiet, conservative and restful rooms. Bright, tropical colors are fun, casual and youthful. They work well in areas where you want to encourage lots of activity.
Pillows, throw pillows are a great way to introduce noticeable accessories. Two simple cushions upholstered with the right style fabric will match the walls, drapes and other accessories in the room and give the decor that professional touch. Glass can include a number of accessories. The most common pieces are vases, and these can be found in thousands of styles, shapes, sizes and colors. But you can also find hand blown pieces good to hold fruit displays or other centerpieces.
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