By Sing0. Interior. At Sunday, April 22nd 2018, 20:48:45 PM.
Add seating with a window seat. Turn a window niche into a mini living area with a window seat. Choose slender, leggy furniture for small spaces because they take up less visual space. The eye is fooled into thinking the space is larger because you can see under and through these pieces of furniture. Add storage without eating up floor space by building shelves into the space between wall studs.
Classic living room decor. Neutral tones are a good place to start when designing living rooms that stylishly endure. Make mostly monochromatic spaces work by fusing velvet upholstered furnishings with lighter linen-covered pieces and setting them atop a duo-tone sculpted area rug that picks up on the room‘s main hues. Employ white as a steadfast support, but introduce fashion-forward colors via solid and patterned pillows.
Dark accent, look to the opposite end of the color spectrum to tie everything together. A moody blue grounds a windowed living room by Sarah Richardson without overwhelming it. Sneaky furniture, steal a space-faking secret from this tiny Brooklyn apartment. Choose a few full-size furniture pieces instead of cramming in lots of smaller ones. The living room will feel larger, and you´ll have a sofa you actually like to sit on.
Then there are trends that are more based in general aesthetics like the minimalist sketch occurrence that`s taken over so many homes in recent times. The fact is, there`s no limit to the types of shapes plus manners also textures that can create their way into the normal plan scene.
Fill a vacant corner. Nothing hauls down a scheme more than a look that appears vacant or incomplete. Luckily, this trend is ideal for filling–up any vacant space with easy style. Just look at this sample from Curated Interior.