Living Room / September 8, 2019 / Fanetta Guillot.
Soft and Light Hues – Walls are the key feature for making a room look smooth and happening. A small living room can look larger, if you try painting the walls or even ceilings with ”cool” colors like green or blue. Make sure the shades are darker as they appeal to wholeness of the entire room. These colors have the ability to make your ceilings look larger in height.
Mantels: Chances you have a mantel in your living room already, especially if you own a fireplace. It is practically expected that there be something displayed on a top of a mantel. There is even a name for it: mantelpiece. In addition to the mantelpiece you choose, there are usually more mantelpieces expected. Some mantels get pretty crowded, for that matter. If you do not have a mantel they are fairly easy to install in your living room, and are available in many different sizes.
Entertainment centers: It is unusual to see a living room nowadays without one. And they come in sets or individual pieces for your living room décor entertainment needs The kinds of living room décor available on the market today seem virtually endless. However, you can narrow your search pretty easily based on your space, your needs, the look you are going for, your personal style and how much money you have to spend on living room décor.
Pewterware is an example where you have some softness and warmth while retaining the timeless element in the living room accessories. By pewterware we may refer to an old pewter tray on a side table, some general shabby chic accessories or a distressed pewter urn that evokes the feel of a French manoir. The beauty with pewterware is the ease of care, virtually no maintenance is required, and in fact the least you polish it, the better it looks.
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