Many house owners wish to have additional square footage in their small living room to improve the comfort. Actually you are not alone since other people also have the same wish. They want to enjoy excellence and comfort in the living room since this space will be used to entertain the guests. If it is small, ugly and damp, you will lose the pride of your house. Apply the simple tricks which can enhance the roominess of a cute living room. You can focus on the usage of nice paint colors to define the wall, floor, ceiling, furniture pieces and accessories. Here are several ideas to notice for excellent living room decorating ideas:
Stay Away From Dark Hues
The dark colors are not the best options for small living room plan. They will banish the roomy and homey feeling. Opt for the light, soft, solid, subdued and neutral colors. White color is very popular for a small space because it creates clean and sleek feeling. if you want to evoke calming and shooting effect, the pastel tones like cornflower blue, robin’s egg blue, peach, baby pink, and honey yellow are impressive to apply. If you want to incorporate the dark tones, use them as the accent. For instance, you apply white tone on the entire wall, while the black tone is applied on the trim line, window sills and crown molding.
The fashionable accessories in the small living room should be picked carefully. Display few items on the white wall. If the living room is made in modern decoration, hang an abstract painting on the wall. Spread a cowhide area rug under the glass coffee table which can induce the exclusive effect. A heavy floral pattern in the room is not needed for it can create busy feeling. Keep all accessories and knickknacks simple to view. A side table can feature a contemporary white table lamp. The ceiling is perfect to decorate with chic chrome finished drum pendant lamp. It is okay to have a chandelier, but make sure that it features compact design and linear shape. If the ceiling is painted in black, you can install white crystal chandelier.
Published at Wednesday, June 21st 2017 by Leslie Gace