By Hanriette Charron. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 08:01:59 AM.
There are a number of things one can do to decorate a comfortable yet elegant receiving area. For one, doing furniture rearrangements usually does the trick. Determine where the best focal point is. For example, if you have a grand piano, it may be best to arrange your furniture around it and that is where the guests’ attention will be. You also have to make sure that the way you set your furnishings will not result to a cluttered atmosphere. Arranging in the so called ’off square angles’ can also result to a more casual feel to the place.
Placing some statues will surely add to the aesthetic appeal of your house. Those of the marble kind are the most recommended, and if small, are best placed on tabletops. You may choose any theme for your figurines, but the most appropriate will be those formed in the shape of deities, people, etc.
For some, the reception room is still a more formal space reserved primarily for entertaining guests; for others it’s a very casual space. It’s where we kick back after a long day to rest and relax or where we wile away the hours during a long weekend enjoying leisure activities like watching TV and reading. Living room design ideas coming up these days keep in mind the requirements and needs of the people, so their investment is guaranteed to be in safe hands.
Three - Focal points. Contemporary living rooms will need a nice focal point. Focal points are items or certain design features that automatically draw your eyes to them when you enter the room. Any good designer will use a focal point in their design. You obviously want to get rid of all knick-knacks and clutter from the room.
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