By Arlette Soraya. Living Room. Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 12:58:05 PM.
Depending on the square footage of living space in your home, you may or may not have the luxury of a separate family room. The family room plays a different role in the home than the living room (although some homes effectively and seamlessly combine the two, due to space constraints). Where the living room tends to be more formal and geared toward entertaining and visits, the family room in general has more of a lounge feel.
Nature-inspired interior designs are always inspiring and interesting. Finding inspiration in nature may seem like a simple task but things are more complicated than they seem. One can choose to include a variety of plants in the living room in order to get that look.
Modern and contemporary living rooms often choose to explore the beauty of raw materials and include concrete walls and floors mixed with warm wood elements for a balanced and welcoming ambiance throughout. They also often feature bold focal points similar to these abstract art pieces in this case.
The family room seems to be an ideal setting for an extra-long sofa. Its plus-sized length encourages full-length lounging for napping, reading, or vegging in front of the TV. This particular curvy sofa leans toward the formal, which isn’t necessarily important in the family room, but it’s so unique in design that it borders on the funky. Family rooms love funky furniture, as long as the pieces are comfortable.
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