Silje Charlisa. Living Room. July 13th , 2017.
If you are a lucky owner of a spacious living room, then you don‘t, probably, worry about the problems that are so familiar to people, who own small lounges. You can do almost anything you wish in a large living room just because it is suitable for entertainment, rest, spending time with friends and family. The same cannot be told about small living rooms, where each square meter matters a lot. Is it possible, however, to get the most out of your living room area? What can be done to make it functional and convenient to live in? Let‘s have a look at several tips that might help you effectively solve the problem.
Wall-to-wall carpeting is popular at the present time. It has several advantages: it is quiet, warm, easy to clean with a vacuum cleaner, and if of good quality, it wears well.
The chandelier select wood color of the lantern-shaped, revealing the light from the inside is very moist. An LCD TV, a storage Aigui, constitutes the backdrop of space, does not emphasize the "design" backdrop in the Nordic countries. The small size of the home have one thing in common, their living and dining rooms usually together, the intermediate leaving only suitable distance as a partition.
Lighting in your living room will make the biggest difference in the comfort and hominess of your living space. It‘s important for it not to be too dark, but at the same time it shouldn‘t be too bright. However, if you simply make sure you have ambient lighting, task lighting, and accent lighting, your room should be fine. If you‘re worried about the room being too bright, install a dimmer so you can adjust it to your liking. Start planning the lighting in your living room and brighten up your life!
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