Adalicia Bellerose. living room. April 17th , 2017.
These are some very nice example of how you can accomplish that without a lot of effort. You just need to have a sense of style and to know how to naturally combine colors and patterns. For example, the first design uses warm tones of red, pink and brown, with some orange and yellow accents. The image is uniform and pleasant. The second design is a little more light and fun and combines patterns and colors that have nothing in common but that still look very nice together.
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”.
These living rooms are all different and they all stand out in a unique way but they all share in common their elegance and beauty. The designer usually focuses on one element. For example, it could be pattern. A striped pattern, for example, can be the core of a design but it can be seen in several variations throughout the room. Another element that links everything together could be symmetry or sometimes the color palette or the finishes.
There is no such thing as the recipe for designing and arranging the perfect living room, Especially when we are talking about minimalistic living rooms. You can design such a living room by simply using your inspiration, taste and a few tips from us. But what is minimalist design after all? Well, it is defined by the name itself: it is minimalist. That means that you will have only the necessary things in the room, for example the chairs or armchairs, a sofa and a coffee table. The table must be useful, but not big, as you do not dine on it, but only have coffee or some snacks, so a big table might be out of place there.
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