By Evelyne Eric. Living Room. Published at Sunday, March 04th, 2018 - 07:16:37 AM.
Wallpapered walls are a suitable design strategy whenever desiring to add a touch of color or pattern to a room. It’s usually used on a single accent wall but there are also cases when it can take over the décor. The pattern featured on the walls can also be integrated in other elements, such as the sofa upholstery. When the goal is to make a room feel warm, cozy and comfortable, too much natural light can have the opposite effect, although we agree this would be a desirable scenario. Limited natural light and strategically directed artificial lighting can have a profound impact on a décor.
Each one of us has their own style and their own idea of how a living room should look like to be comfortable. For some, a perfectly aligned décor can be satisfying while others find more pleasure in an imperfect design with a bunch of pillows scattered across the room and a fusion of cozy fabrics. If you want to feel closer to nature without having to leave the comfort of your living room, then you can decorate this space with natural, organic materials. A live edge coffee table can be an interesting element which you can use in combination with wood and rattan seating, driftwood artwork frames and an animal skin rug.
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.
There are two types of people: those that prefer a fabric sofa in their living room and those that enjoy more a leather sofa or couch. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages. Leather furniture tends to look more elegant, sober and imposing whereas fabric upholstery makes it look more casual.
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