By Tiphanie Sylviane. Living Room. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 02:25:35 AM.
Ultra violet rays or UV rays can damage your furniture and floors. These rays are what cause your furniture to fade and look worn. In order to protect your possessions, windows can be tinted. Tinted windows absorb more ultra violet rays. In addition, they inhibit people from seeing into your home easily but do not affect your ability to see outside.
This living room has a female’s touch to it. The small living room creates an intimate feel since the furniture is tight, but tasteful. The purple chairs and throw pillows in the room make a bold statement against the off-white furniture. The dark contrast in this room is beautiful with the denim blue area rug and red exposed brick. The is the perfect room to relax with your feet up, grab a beer, and watch the game on a Sunday afternoon.
Decorating with white on walls, ceiling and floor can leave a space feeling clinical and stark. Take the chill off a compact nook with a homely leather armchair, red floor lamp and woollen rug – all circled around a log-filled fireplace. A tactile cushion and soft throw in viridian green add a final designer touch.
Install trim work and crown molding to create architectural features that make a strong visual impression for a living room that is definitely upscale. Add artwork to transform the interior decor. Blank walls or outdated artwork makes a room look poor. Invest in some new pieces or DIY art on your own.
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