The entire space present the design with different challenges, but as the living room is one of the spaces where you spend a lot of your time, designing it can be a little tricky.Empty the room and get rid of all the furniture to give you better idea of the placement of the furniture without the existing arrangement influencing your judgment.
- For most of the living rooms, you can select a few large elements and a few small elements – A few large pieces of furniture should make up for most of the furniture by the volume. Balance the room with the furniture so that the room does not look so closed up. End tables, ottomans, and smaller items should favor the room and provide footrests and drinks stands to not let to obstruct the passage through the room. You can buy the furniture in less-price if you buy only smaller sets. There are couches, armchair, and bookcases that can outline the outer part of the room and set a nice color theme. Two end tables and small coffee table can serve the useful functions and provide smaller objects for more visual interest.
- Select something that will grab the attention – Every room has the advantage of showcasing something different from a center of attention, or focal topic, which can be any object or area that attracts the attention and gives you something to talk about. You can get a swing that is not that expensive or a beanbag to cover of the areas.
- Leave some space between the walls and furniture – if all your sofas are pushed back against the wall, the room can get a bit impersonal and unwelcoming. You can pull the furniture inward on at least two or three sides to make a more personal space.
- Placement of your furniture for more convenient use – Some of the living room interior comes down to personal choices and needs, and you can always adjust the habits of the households. However, try to place the furniture for more convenient use.
- Use symmetry to bring restful designs – The symmetrical arrangements feels calm and orderly, and are great for relaxing the mind. The room should not too much of furniture. Placement with the right color and tone of the room is enough to create the balance between the design and peace in the room.
- Add mirrors and wallpaper – The small living room, particularly the one with little or no windows may look a bit closed in. You can select the place, increase the light and add depth all at once by hanging a mirror on top. You can use the mirror as an alternative for the windows or can use it on top of any windows that will reflect the view outside.
- Add Plants – Like the wallpaper and mirrors, putting up plants at your home is the great way to add depth to a small living room. Plants can be effective especially in the corners and beside or behind chairs and sofas.
- Use multifunctional furniture – In the living room interior, every part of the furniture should be functional. Think of using ottomans that works as a coffee table or extra seating.
November 10, 2014