Laurent. Living Room. April 16th , 2018.
A formal, parlour-style living room demands decorative lighting to impress, whether it’s a statement standard lamp or a designer chandelier. You might also consider adding accent lighting, such as a picture light to draw attention to a favourite work of art. It’s a good idea to have at least two electrical circuits for your living room lighting – one for the main light, and one for softer lighting – as well as dimmer switches so you can control the level of light to suit the time of day, task and mood.
Symmetrical open space in neutral shades. Large windows enhance the light in this open-plan living room. An almost symmetrical feel keeps the space looking neat and cohesive. Vintage bowls and photographs add an air of sophistication to this contemporary living room, while bold colour accents accentuate a neutral scheme to bring it to life.
A good starting point is to think about how many people you need to fit in your living room on a regular basis. This will help you to choose the right living room furniture. A large family will need a sizeable sofa and a couple of armchairs at least to make sure everyone has somewhere comfortable to sit. If space is tight, beanbags and poufs are a smart way to sneak in extra seating, and can be stowed away easily at times when there are fewer people in the house.
Plantation-chic living room. This colonial-style rattan chair works equally well indoors and out. Casual in its construction, the colour makes it more adaptable and it works equally well in a contemporary, traditional or country living room. Accents of blue reflect the seaside views, while a colourful rug and sofa liven up the predominantly white look.
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