Adaliz Bader. living room. June 11th , 2017.
Don’t go too far as to hang animal trophies on the walls, even if you are a hunter, as it shows cruelty. The fireplace though is absolutely a must for a nice looking rustic living room, whether it is genuine and totally functional or only decorative. The floor can be covered with wood or stone and all the electronic gadgets that fill a modern persons life simply don’t fit here and you’d better save them somewhere else if you can’t live without them. The predominant color of the rustic living room is brown, but you can add some sweet shades of white, beige or crimson for making the place more lively. There’s no room for the tall chairs, but you should use sofas and small comfortable stools. Use only natural fibers in the room and you will feel closer than ever to nature.
The best way to have fun with your traditional living room is to mess with the accessories. A cool , neutral living room like this one with bright colors and comfortable sitting is animated by a cool oversized lamp .In that manner you can create really interesting things and effects by over sizing your own objects and place them as you like. The cool effect will be guaranteed. Whatever the interior design hanging striking wall art over the place will change the entire essence of the interior. You will have to be very careful when choosing what to hang on the wall depending on what message you want to transmit. The colors picked should complement your overall color scheme. In this room neutral beige and chocolate tones make the artwork pop, attracting the viewer’s eye by contrast on the upper part of the walls.
The first rule in arranging the furniture in a livingroom is to see where the wall plugs are and to avoid covering them with any furniture. If you do that it will only make things more complicated, as you will not have easy access to the outlet and you will have to use extendable ones and this way you increase the hazard risk. So avoid covering them. The second tip is to spread the furniture in an even manner all over the livingroom. Avoid placing all the furniture in one place, for example one one side of the room or near the same wall, as it will be totally asymmetric and it will give the viewer the impression of a “sinking ship”. You remember the “Titanic”.
Here you can see how an open floor plan deals with red accent walls. The color suits the space well especially in combination with all the beige. The dark accents are a nice way of highlighting certain areas and furniture pieces and there’s a really nice balance throughout. A slightly different option is to use red as an accent color for the walls without actually painting them entirely. For example, if you have a recessed nook in the room for reading you can have that portion painted red while the rest of the wall is a neutral and less striking color.
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