Denise Desnoyer. Living Room. November 04th , 2017.
Consult your color wheel to choose an appropriate color scheme. Keep the colors in the same family unless your theme is rainbow. Sometimes contrast looks awesome. For instance a brightly colored, woven bohemian blanket would pop nicely against a modern, stark white couch.
A key factor of any room is the lighting. You can affect lighting in so many different ways so it is important that you get it right. You have the standard lights that are on the ceiling; you have table lamps and floor lamps. Floor lamps are becoming more popular and the reason for that is their flexibility. You can put them in any area of the room which means that the move them about as you wish.
We spend a lot of time in our homes so we all want them to look good. A room where we spend a lot of time is the living room. There is so much that you can do with the living room so it is so easy to think of living room ideas. We will be thinking about these now.
Don't let the living room ideas stop there... you now need to think about the furniture. You don't have to go out and buy new furniture; you can make use of what you have. This is your time to be creative. Start moving things around or think about painting walls.
Another thing that's very important to consider for a country living room is the color of the wall behind the mantle. If you have a smaller fireplace that seems a little bit too modern then just try going with more of a country paint color such as a rustic brown or a natural looking green. Then you can hang a forest print over the fireplace for more of a natural feeling. This can also work well in small spaces because it's almost going to mimic a window but you'll always have a perfect view.
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