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Fabienne Living Room Furniture February 09th, 2018 - 09:45:45
If you have decided to redecorate your house or start from scratch, integrating your living room with furniture would be a good choice. Think about the guests who come to your place or about you who spends a lot of time in the room doing some or the other things. Hence, you need living room furniture in order to make space for relaxation. Not only this, you must also ensure that all activities such as reading, watching TV or doing some other works are possible. Here are some tips to follow before you buy furniture for the living room.
Your living room need not be furnished and decorated to a specific historical period, but should at least appear to be matched and perhaps follow a certain theme in terms of color or period. For example, Amish furniture looks best in a plainly decorated room, and would look out of place with lush drapes, heavily patterned carpets or event brightly painted walls.
Before buying living room furniture, room space planning often pays by helping you to avoid clutter. If there was one thing the Victorians were good at, it was clutter. They seemed to fill every inch of available space with furniture and accessories and forget that people needed space to walk in!
Thats the artistic view. Many prefer to describe the modern living room as being bright, airy and interesting with colorful accents. Not much difference, then! In fact, much American furniture design does tend to focus a great deal on natural wood finishes, while UK, Scandinavian (aka IKEA!) and continental European designs appear to be more adventurous, making good use of accent colors and experimental shapes. Is this really true? Many would believe it to be somewhat unfair to American furniture designers, because they tend to cater for what Americans are seeking. However, how do you know what you want if you are continually exposed to the same old stuff?