Second, decide on your theme, mo-tiff or the ambiance you want to achieve. Living room for a big family is different from a smaller family. A couple's space is also different from a bachelor's and/or bacholerette's. There are many great ideas found on the internet and better yet you can hold a family or a couple discussion where you an incorporate all of the ideas that you need.
If your chosen themes accommodate one another, you can create a unifying theme. Consider this: your spouse wants an Asian theme, your teenage daughter wants a gothic theme and you want a tropical theme. In such varied combination you may decide to do an around-the-world theme in your living room; this is like a miniature version of Disney's Epcot. You could incorporate Asian tropic plants, dragons and samurai swords that would incorporate all three themes. The point is, regardless of the themes, there is common ground to be found.
Lighting is a big deal when it comes to the feel of the room. Subtle changes in the lighting can make big differences. There are lots of ways to do that other than the standard light that you have currently. The easiest way is through lamps, either through table or floor lamps. I prefer floor lamps because you can move them about the house easily and experiment with how they look in different positions.
Living Room Sunday , July 08th , 2018 - 19:27:46 PM
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