Living rooms today have so many functions to fulfill – a place to relax in front of the television, quietly read, chat, study, and play with the children. The living room should also be a place of retreat and refuge from the stress of the working day. As in any room in the home, this is your chance to make a personal statement and express your independent thoughts and feelings. It should be flexible, personal, and comfortable. Furniture – Are you sitting comfortably? If you buy a three-room suite, sit in the armchairs and sofa for a full test. You should wear them for a few years so make sure they are comfortable for you. Note that even with a three or four-seater sofa there is only room for two people. Few people like to play pig in the middle. When checking out couches in the store, check both seat and back heights to make sure they are high enough for you. Focus Each room has a focus. This is
especially true in the living room. The center of gravity is the point in space around which everything else revolves. Usually, this is a fireplace, window, or piece of furniture. The focus does not have to be central. For example, if you have large patio doors to the garden, arrange the furniture so that you have seating for family and friends outside the clear passage to the door. can sit down to talk and in a calm manner. Admire your lawn and your perfectly manicured flower beds! Decor Your choice of decoration, as with other rooms in the house, should be influenced by the natural light that enters the room. Determine the orientation of your living room and use it as a guide. The darker the room, the lighter and warmer the decor should be. Alternatively, if the room is light, airy, and large, you have a lot more freedom in choosing your color. When decorating, combining different shades of
color is the easiest way to achieve good color harmony. Colors based on the yellow-orange-red part of the spectrum appear warm. The higher the intensity, the more they seem to move forward, shrinking the space, and the “hotter” the pattern will be. Red is a very bold color and looks great in living spaces. Earth tones, which include green or golden browns, go well together and are a welcoming color for living room designs. Purple, blue, green-blue, and black seem to move away and create a sense of space. Ground Regardless of which floor you choose for the living room, it has to be robust enough. In contrast to the kitchen, bathroom, or hallway, it is a room where softness underfoot is a necessity. When choosing carpets, you have a wide variety of colors and styles to choose from, including wool, twist, shag, linen, cotton, nylon, or tufting. Think about the wear and tear it will have to endure.
Bring home an example to see how style and colorwork. Don’t skimp on the underlay, as this will help keep your rug in shape. An anti-stain treatment does not prevent staining but should make it easier to clean up spilled material. If you go for parquet flooring, floorboards, or even a large area carpet around the center point and sit where people sit, this is a good idea. Some types of natural flooring, such as sisal and choir, can also be quite rough, making them not the best choices for a living room. Another natural flooring includes carpets like seagrass, which are sleek and comfortable.
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