Most living rooms are constructed with a traditional sectional couch, love seat and reclining chair. Many traditional spaces also feature hardwood floors and area rugs in the middle of the room. The room is capped off with attractive frames and nice accents on the mantle. A nice entertainment center also adds a nice touch and houses not only the television, but also music equipment and accessories. Country living designs give living rooms a nice rustic, down-to-earth feel when people spend time in this living space. In addition to soft, comfortable couches and cozy chairs, people also add nice country accents, such as wreaths, framed, cross-stitched pictures and beautiful quilts to bring out the country look in the room. Big, soft couches and chairs, oblong-shaped coffee tables with soft colored walls make the room feel welcoming and comfortable.
Your furniture can also be customized according to your taste and requirements. There is a huge variety of material available like; leather, polyester, suede and micro fiber. Choosing the material also depends upon your budget as leather may become very expensive as compared to polyester and other materials. A leather sofa not only gives a beautiful look to your furniture but they are also cozy, durable, fade resistant and washable.
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.
If you use your living area as a space where you watch television or movies often the placement of the furniture and TV or projector is even more important. Placing the television and seating furniture along opposite walls is often the best and possibly only real solution, proper placement of an area rug will help keep your room from visually shrinking. Place the area rug in front of or underneath the television then place the furniture along the opposite outside edge of the rug. This visually expands your floor space and will keep you from feeling too cramped. If possible, use a round or oval shaped rug to eliminate a boxy feel.
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