By Verene Samuel. Living Room Design. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 16:11:23 PM.
Salvaged architectural pieces, like these antique windows, make a dramatic decorating feature and add a personal touch to the living room. The rustic quality of the piece is highlighted by simple, vintage accessories, like pretty blue bottles, tall Mason jars and books.
From the sofas in the living room, homeowners and guests have a clear line of sight to the kitchen with an eat-in island, thanks to this home 's open floor plan. This gives the home 's public spaces an elegant flow that makes these rooms functional.
As one of the most social spaces in the house, your living room needs to look good, work hard and function well. Before you begin any work, take a little time to work out how the space functions for you. Is it a relaxing haven, and entertaining space of family central? A sophisticated neutral palette helps create a comfortable feel in this kitchen living area. The trick is to pay attention to balancing the colour scheme and keeping everything in proportion. An open-plan layout is a fundamental part of modern family schemes and this one incorporates all aspects of living.
If a piece of furniture, like a coffee or end table, has seen better days, transform it with a fresh coat of paint or stain. A high-gloss paint treatment is a great choice for a contemporary space, or try a distressed treatment, like the one designer Joanna Gaines used in this cottage-style living room.
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