Published at Wednesday, September 04th, 2019 - 13:59:32 PM. Living-Room. By Denise Lagrange.
Decide on a focal point and start planning your Living room furniture around it. A fireplace usually serves as an excellent central focus point. If there isn’t one, you can arrange cabinets, showcases, music system and TV trolley against one wall, giving the whole assembly a neat modular appearance. Using the same material for all the items is more restful to the eye in confined spaces. Use light-colored woods like pine or maple. If you are living in a warmer climate, consider tubular structures of steel or brass. These don’t take up width and the arrangement has an open, spacious feel. Organize sufficient electrical points at strategic places on that wall, so that your equipment is connected without drawing long, unsightly wiring across the room. Depending on the amount of wall space, your cabinets could be designed vertically or horizontally. There is a lot of selection in both.
No matter how light or dark or rich colors are, about half of them are warm and the other half are cool. You’ll be able to tell pretty easily which category each color falls into, but don’t get distracted from the way it will make the room feel by how pretty they are. Cool colors will give your living room a more impersonal, peaceful feel, while warm ones create an atmosphere of warmth, hospitality and excitement. Cool colors often coordinate with blue, and include pure white, black, gray, blue, all shades of purple, pink, and pastels. Warm colors have a closer relationship with gold, such as cream, brown, golden yellows, orange, orangey reds, and most greens.
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