Johan Amstrong. Living Room. December 04th , 2017.
Modern Living Room Designs For The Contemporary Home. Hey there Top Dreamers! The living room is one of the rooms to which more attention is paid than to any other room in the house. It’s the place where we spend most of our day time, and we use it for hanging out with family and welcoming guest. It’s the focal point in the house, and it’s stands as a social center that gathers the family and friends together. For that reason we want it to be both comfortable and stylish. In this article I have collected only the best ideas that can get your inspiration going. Take a look at the Modern Living Room Designs For The Contemporary Home. There are no two rooms that are exactly the same. Every single one reflects the personality of the people who live in it. You can spot books, TV, radio, sofas, armchair and other furniture or decorative elements, all in accordance with the tastes of the residents. Here you can spend just a quick time, or stay for the whole day. Check out the photos below and see which one you like the most! All of them are appealing, charming and welcoming. They make a space where you would love to relax after a long and hard day at work.
The living room is the place to let your most treasured pieces shine, and with minimalist living room decor, the natural beauty of the things you love best is guaranteed to shine.
Simple Living Room Decorating Ideas. Furniture Arrangement The design and spacing of you living room may call for a certain type of furniture arrangement. If you have a fireplace in your living room, position your sofa and recliner on a wall beside it. Both the items can also be placed several feet directly in front of the fireplace. If your living room is large and spacious, the sofas can be placed facing each other. Take care that your furniture should neither be too large, nor too small, in proportion to the living room. Do not use too many furniture items in the living room.
Go for simple designed lamps and shades. Tiffany styles and faceted crystals are a no no. Lamp bases made of plain ceramic or wrought iron and contemporary, spare brass designs work well with the minimalist style. Use recessed fixtures, like cans, for ambient lighting. Ornate chandeliers and fussy shades over faux-candle lights do not enlist the minimalist designs. Let the windows be simple or leave them bare for maximum natural lighting. Various options for the windows could be tab-top curtains on a simple wrought-iron pod, plantation shutters, 2-inch-wide wood blinds and Roman shades. Remove all unwanted clutter from your living room. Abundant pictures on the walls and tabletop tchotchkes should all be removed. They just do not form a part of the minimalism. Instead of small clusters of pictures, a single large picture on each wall would be better. Floral chintz, shelves packed with knick-knacks, and ornate wrought iron just have to be removed from the living room.
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