Living Room / June 14, 2018 / Corentin Hermine.
They say that variety is the spice of life and in terms of a large living room, it's absolutely true. By taking the time to install more than one style of seating, there will be a far less uniform look to the finished space, creating a naturally diverse and interesting aesthetic. Moreover, not everybody actually wants to curl up on a sofa with every other member of a household, which is why some singular seats are a common sense and stylish addition.
Keep accessories and art to a minimum. Have a just a few favorite things out at any one time. You can rotate out your accessories with every season to make sure you don’t have to choose amongst your favorite things! Artwork on the wall should be larger in size to streamline the look and keep it simple. If you have a treasured collection, display it in a cabinet or as a group instead of sprinkled throughout the room.
Everything about this living room is exceptional, let's just be honest about that, but by installing a fireplace as the focal point, a very definite style has been instigated. We think this is a great idea for anyone that isn;t keen on having a television as the main attraction and the black wall.
A large living room with a fireplace is a terrific way to combine spacious living with a cozy aesthetic. Getting the ambiance right in a big room can be ever so tricky, but a real fire will naturally bring the functionality of the room back to relaxation and lounging, while also creating a lot of warmth and enjoyment. A stunning hearth and mantle can also be a brilliant alternative to a television as the main focal point.
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