By Humbert Julien. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 16:30:21 PM.
mall living rooms need to be kept fresh and uncluttered with well-chosen storage. A great way to make a small living room feel larger is to keep it meticulously tidy and in order to do that, everything in the room needs to have its proper place. Floating shelves are perfect for small rooms because they can hold a lot of things on a wall or in alcoves, or choose bespoke fitted, floor-to-ceiling shelves and cupboards that make use of every inch of spare space.
Bring pebble colours and natural materials together to create an elegant coastal living room scheme. This palette is reminiscent of the chalk cliffs of Sussex with ivory, cream, white and pale stone shades in different textures. A loose-covered linen sofa and French doors dressed with floaty voiles that move in the breeze add a little laid-back comfort. The natural materials of the bamboo chair, woven mat and bamboo blinds bring the outdoors into the scheme, while hand-blown glass and rustic ceramics introduce an artisan feel.
This cozy living room has the couch and chairs turned toward each other. This design pushes for those in the living room to hold a conversation. The old fashioned chairs and the couch are pulled together with the colors in the area rug. This cabin is the perfect place to get rid of your TV. Spend your nights relaxing around the fireplace instead of watching TV. The U-shape design of the furniture creates a comfortable setting and conversation around the fireplace.
Add large wall mirrors and furniture with reflective surfaces into your design scheme to maximise the amount of natural light in your living room to make it feel bigger and brighter.
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