By Soffía Rebekka. Living Room Decor. Published at Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 - 19:42:27 PM.
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.
Wall hangings: Instead of having a blank wall screaming for something to be done with it, you could put up an African wall hanging which adds some beauty to your room while not being too intrusive. It makes for an effective visual aid and and will definitely distract people from the emptiness that a blank wall would present.
Using these four designer secrets and small living room decorating ideas can make all the difference between feeling cozy or feeling cramped in your space. When you have only one room where you relax, watch TV, read and entertain it can be quite challenging to decorate to maximize the space and accomplish all these goals. There is great news for you. When you use these decorating solutions you will not need a lot of space to create a functional and stylish room. The trick is to enlarge your small room by using design techniques that fool the eyes.
A living room should be a social room. Modern living rooms often point toward an oversized TV, but when company comes the living room becomes a conversation room. To facilitate good conversation, it is important to decorate accordingly. Good decor will prompt conversation when needed and act as a soothing background when socializing takes center stage. There are endless possibilities when it comes to decorating a living room, but here are five basic tips that will help you get started.
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