Published at Wednesday, September 04th, 2019 - 13:44:39 PM. Living-Room. By Camille Beaupre.
Luckily, furniture makers and home decor stores have had a few decades to adapt their products to fit smaller living spaces. Gone are the days of grandiose bureaus and large dressers that take up more room than a car parked in a garage. Much of today’s furniture is built with a minimalist approach of space saving and multi-usage.
Once this is done, select your seating arrangement. Don’t go in for bulky, deep-seated chairs, but don’t compromise on comfort either. You don’t want to be sitting bolt upright on thinly cushioned couches or arm chairs! Comfort is a prerequisite when choosing Living room furniture. Again, go with paler woods or, if the legs and arms are not too wide, get a teak finish and upholster the sofa and chairs in light-colored fabric. Whites and off-whites for suites are impractical. Oatmeal requires far less maintenance while keeping the ambiance bright. Now add color, with cushions, an inviting rug and wall decorations. You will find that you have been able to achieve an excellent result within a limited budget.
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