By Lavern Lacombe. Living Room. Published at Saturday, October 12th, 2019 - 20:20:18 PM.
Finally, if you are going to invest in beautiful furniture in your new living room design, there is no reason that this can’t become the focus of the room. Lay the furniture out in a way that promotes interaction between family members. Designate a well lit corner for your perfect armchair, then when people enter the room, they will notice the furniture over anything else.
Rustic style living rooms are generally large, spacious and welcoming. Big windows and decorative curtains combined with brick fireplaces, sideboards and wooden floors, along with impressive timber beams to create living spaces where the whole family can spend quality time together.
How you want to use the room will dictate what its focal point will be. The living room is usually where the TV is placed, but often you don’t want it to be the central focus, unless that is what the room is primarily for. Quite often, living rooms double as a home cinema space, so if that’s what you’re looking for, make a feature of the TV.
Drawing on the techniques of modernist architecture, minimalism is all about making the most out of as little as possible. Stark, sleek lines combine well with open space, strategically placed carpets and seating to simplify the living room as much as possible. The challenge is to create a harmonious minimalist living room without making it seem cold.
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