Living Room / June 14, 2018 / Corentin Hermine.
If you have seen a few elements from each room here and thought that you'd to incorporate them all into one glorious and unusual living room, then eclectic styling is most definitely for you! A little of everything you fancy goes a long way and it's your home, after all.
A small living room still needs to serve the same amount of people, your family and friends. So you want to make sure there are practical areas in the room for everyone who might be using it. Got an empty corner? Add a reading lamp and chair for homework or quiet reading. Like to eat in front of the tv? Instead of having everyone balance their plates on their laps, keep tv trays in the closet to bring out when needed, then put away when not in use to save space. Love games? Place pretty baskets underneath your coffee table to keep them handy, yet out of sight.
What a sleek and self-contained set-up! A combination living and dining room really is making the most of the space and by sticking to a monochrome scheme, this is a design scheme that will never date or look old fashioned. Perfect for a stylish couple that love to entertain, the extra touch of selecting eye-catching light fixtures has really elevated the whole look to an exceptionally high standard.
It's no secret that the living room is the main and most used room in any home. Usually located in the heart of a property, it naturally becomes a social hub that everybody enjoys convening and relaxing in, but the bigger the space, the more of a problem it can become when it comes to decorating.
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