Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018. by Arienne Petit in Living Room.
Once your guests have cleared the 'security' stop point of your foyer/entry area of your home, it' time to introduce them to a more personal you. Invite them into your 'Living Room,' the one space where family and friends always seem to meet!
Replacing one key furniture piece is another way to keep your budget low. Carefully determine what should be replaced due to wear or poor function. Adding one new item can make a large impact on the look and function of the space. For example, adding a new coffee table with storage drawers where there had previously been a beat up table. The addition will freshen the space, while reducing clutter with the useful storage for remotes, magazines, etc. in the drawers.
Always start thinking about colors when the rug is selected. Let us say your living room is 14 feet wide and 20 feet long, most likely you will have a rug at least 8 feet by 10 feet (It is recommended to use a larger size rug). However, your rug is still the largest chunk of color that will interact with everything else in the room, so your paint colors can easily be drawn from the rug pattern. It always works better this way.
Avoid the matching sofa, love seat, chair settings. Choose the sofa as your primary piece and then complement it with different colors or patterns that allow all of the pieces to show off. One matching chair or even a matching love seat can be overcome by adding a contrasting piece to the grouping. Add complimentary throw pillows that introduce your secondary color choices into the space.
Dimensions of the Living Room: If you have a blueprint of the home, then it reduces your work by half. If you don't have a blueprint, then spare some time to measure height, width, and length of the room. Also, consider the shape and the contour of the room.
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