By Damien Clarisse. Living Room Design. Published at Friday, March 30th, 2018 - 01:56:36 AM.
Having enough storage is essential for a mess-free living room. Built-ins on either side of the fireplace offer both open and closed options. The bookcase shelves make for easy organization of books, while toys and smaller items can be stowed in baskets. Cabinets with doors offer hidden storage for things like DVDs and kid ' art supplies.
Creating a family-friendly room doesn't mean you can't include your favorite design elements. Mix in high-end pieces; just make sure they're made of durable materials. Here, beautiful abstract artwork creates a gallery wall that's flanked by gilded tree branch sconces. An Eames lounge chair is paired with a comfortable tufted sofa, graphic area rug and a bookcase that provides open and hidden storage for the family.
Looking for open-plan living room ideas? Open-plan living has slowly become part of our everyday lives, from a home office within a living room to a kitchen-diner. These spaces should be well designed and able to utilise the best of the overall room in their function. Clever decorating and styling ideas will keep the spaces looking separate but seamless. Sounds complicated? Well fear not as we have compiled our top five tips for making the most of your open-plan space, without breaking the bank. You’ll be the envy of your friends and family.
Look for pieces that double as storage. For instance, this round coffee table features a flat top for playtime along with a handy deep drawer for stowing away toys. Quick clean-up options are a must for maintaining a clutter-free and stylish living room.
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