Geometric Patterns. Geometric patterns never go out of style! If you want to add a splash of color to the living room, a geometric pattern is the best way to do it. Either choose a wall for the pattern or just a part of the wall and create a perfect conversation piece. You do not have to stick to simple lines. You can make a bold statement with geometric patterns. Choose a dark color with a subdued color to make a subtle but strong statement. On the other hand, you can go all out with bright colors for a geometric pattern to make it look modern and quirky.
We can say that the color scheme and the entire interior decorating theme of the living room will create first impression in your viewer’s mind. This is good in a way because the living room design ideas you are going to use will set a definition for the decorating thee for the entire home.
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Visual Balance. Create a good visual balance between the used and unused spaces. By used space I mean the floor that has been occupied by the furniture pieces. It is not necessary to fill every corner of the living room.
Living room is the most important part of your home as it is the first impression of your whole home. You can either convert your living room into a formal place or a place to sit with family that has a coziness. For any type of living room renovation, it is the furniture, curtains, rugs or carpet, wall color and accessories that matter the most. So while decorating it, consider all and your budget.
Clear Circulation Space. In any home plan whether it is an apartment block or an independent bungalow a person either enters an ”entrance lobby” or directly in the living room (if space is an issue). From this living room entrances open to all other spaces namely kitchen, bedrooms, staircases if any, patios, study rooms, family rooms etc.