Living rooms are supposed to be spacious and comfortable spaces for people to use for relaxing and entertaining. Family members often use this space to unwind by reading, playing or watching television. It is also a space that is commonly used for entertaining guests, so it gets a good deal of notice. The right living room designs can serve as a great centerpiece that is stylish and appealing. There are several room designs to choose from that are available in popular styles and themes. Well-known designs, such as the traditional, modern and country, each have their unique features and accents the make them their own. Home decorators can choose which style they want to focus on that will transform this space into the look they want.
A general rule of thumb is that lighter colors make the room feel larger and reflect the light. On the other hand, a darker color of carpet makes the room look small and it absorbs light. If you want to have a carpet of cool colors, you can go with shades of greens and blues as these colors have a calm and subtle feel. Similarly, if you use warm colors like reds, orange tones and yellows, it will give a more creative feeling to your living room. If you are not sure about which color to choose, or are afraid of experimenting, you can go with neutral colors like beige and gray.
The way that you arrange a living room can say many things. You can leave a pathway to walk into another room, you can experiment with different colors and hues that you wouldn‘t want to try in the bedrooms, dining room, or kitchen. You can also place focal points in the living room to highlight the fireplace, the entertainment center, or another focal point that you want.
Another key to a Feng Shui living room is to make sure that your seats are octagonal or circular in shape as opposed to squared off and sharp. Putting chairs in a blocked off style makes the room feel tight and restrained as opposed to open and welcoming. While circular seating is not always an easy way to dress your room, it can be aided with the careful use of end tables. Many people use the half-circle approach to make it easier to keep all eyes facing the door and welcoming.
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