Published at Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 12:30:35 PM by Baptiste Auger. Living Room
Choosing the right size rug is extremely important in a smaller sized living room. Using too large of a rug will end up seeming like the main flooring, or carpet, in a room. Using too small of a rug can look like an afterthought and unplanned design element. It will not have the right effect on your decorating as a well thought out and planned rug. Essentially you should look for a rug that is large enough to cover the center of the floor, but not too large that all of the furniture along the perimeter of the room rests fully on top of it. If you shift the rug so that it covers more of one side of a room leaving exposed flooring on the other side, you will again visually change the appearance of the size of the room. Small living rooms can be greatly enhanced by choosing and using the right area rugs.
Drapes and curtains are available in different types and varieties at different budgets. Along with offering an element of privacy, drapes control the lighting of the area and also lend great character to the living room due to which they are considered quite unavoidable. Furniture for the living could include sofas, side tables, centre tables, bean bags, dressers, display cabinets, futon chairs, etc of a variety of types and sizes. Care should be maintained while selecting the living room furniture because it should match the size and color of the room. Keep furniture to a minimum if the space is small and limit the design to sleek and straight lines instead of carved and elaborate ones.
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