Living Room Dos and Don'ts

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Dos and Don'ts in The Living Room

The living room is probably the most important space in the house when it comes to decoration.

It is the room where you welcome your guests and loved ones, and this is where families tend to spend most of their time together at home after cooking.

Your living room decor should reflect you and your family. Don't let anyone tell you how to decorate or not. This is your home and it should be the right one for you.

There are some basic and mathematical rules for decorating. These rules are a guide to help you create an eye-pleasing space.

If you want to make sure your living room looks good, you should take a look at these Dos and Don'ts.

Most Important Room Items

You want to choose your most expensive or favorite item and decorate it around it. For many people, this object could be the sofa. So buy the best quality sofa possible.

A sofa is a great investment and you want it to last. Remember that an average quality sofa should last at least 10 years, while a high-quality sofa should last up to 25 years.

One of the least important things to consider when starting to decorate the room is the color of the paint. The ink is available in thousands of colors and can be easily changed. In most cases, this should be one of the last things you decide on.

Also, being one of the coolest pieces in the house, you shouldn't be afraid to mix up the notes from the highest notes to the lowest.

There are many great ways to save on décor, and sometimes you have to splurge on home décor.

Room Layout

For some strange reason, the furniture plane is to push all the furniture against the walls. If you plan to have dance parties every night, go for it.

But if you're having fun and want to encourage conversation, move furniture away from the walls and create intimate conversation spaces.

Accessories for Your Living Room

Rugs, pillows, and artwork can set the tone for an area. Is the bedroom modern, contemporary, antique, or themed? Is the room full of motifs? Accessories can make a statement.

When it comes to a rug, you don't want one that's too small. This is the number one mistake people make when decorating living rooms.

Make sure all the furniture fits the carpet. Ideally, all four main room legs should be there, but if that's not possible, at least make sure to fit the front legs to the mat (the back legs can be pulled out).

But all the legs of the small parts should be on the mat as much as possible.

Use pillows with care. Don't overdo it with the pillows. Pillows are great decorative accessories but don't use them so much that you have to move them all off the couch before you sit down.

Choose a few that enhance the furniture and the overall look of the room. And don't be afraid to invest in high-quality pillows. They are small, but they have a big impact. Don't be afraid to decorate with motifs. Patterns can add life and character to space.

The general rule of thumb for decorating with patterns is that if you use more than one pattern that's fine, but don't use more than three patterns in a room. Mix the scale using a large, medium, and small scale (or some other combination of the three).

When hanging artwork in a room, avoid the most common mistake of not hanging the artwork too high. People tend to hang art closer to the ceiling than they should.

This applies to every room in the house. Hang the art at eye level. Of course, this varies from person to person, so use your common sense. Better to make a mistake by hanging it lower than high.

Room Lighting

Consider a combination of ceiling lighting, mood, and work. Use lampshades, lampshades, sconces, or whatever you like the most. Just make sure to use a mixture.

It will bring more light and improve the environment and all its occupants. And don't forget the importance of dimmers. All lights in a living room should have a dimmer.

Enjoy this video on Common Interior Design Mistakes You're Making and How to Fix Them

Source: The Kinwoven Home - Live Your Style

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