By Honorine Marcelin. Living Room Design. Published at Friday, March 23rd, 2018 - 23:00:11 PM.
Open–plan living is a great choice as the social aspect is perfect for family interaction. Design allocated zones for lounging, dining and working to keep the room organised. Use soft textures and calm colours to create a welcoming, relaxed vibe while a long-pile rug and pouf are comfortable for little ones. Arrange your room around a large window or French doors to make the most of the natural light.
In this eclectic living room, designer Betty Wasserman uses low furniture to make the space more welcoming for even the smallest family members. The round coffee table and cushy area rug ensure the floor is a comfy spot for watching TV and eating popcorn while jelly-bean-shaped stools add another fun kid-sized seating option.
Neutral furniture is a smart choice for the base of any living room. Layer on throw pillows in a variety of textures and colors, and you've created a stylish space for the whole family. Look for fabrics that are nubby or woven. They're more likely to hide stains and smudges than smooth, flat upholstery.
Give an open-plan family space a relaxed feel with casual furniture. A painted yellow chair brings a splash of bright colour to this minimal space. Here, an elegant fusion of old and new will give a timeless feel to your living room. A pale wood floor reflects light from the opening to the garden and the hits of strong yellow and bright and cheery touches.
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