By Rosemonde Celeste. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 18:45:23 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.
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.
While banishing clutter might help a smaller living room feel more open, if you’re a fan of the cosy, lived-in look such a pared back scheme will do little for you. But small doesn’t have to mean bare and characterless. Try the classic combination of dark leather armchair and traditional fireplace – there’s nothing like it for creating a warm, cosy environment. Add much-loved items and accessories – in an interesting, character-filled scheme, no one will be thinking about how small the room is.
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.
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