Fanny Lewis Living Room 2018-07-02 19:20:46
The next simple way is to place scatter or throw cushions on your sofa or your window seat. These cushions can be in colors that complement the rest of your furniture or it can be unexpected pops of bright colors, depending on the mood that you want to create. Choose cushion covers that provide a tactile experience, like wool, fine cotton, satin, velvet and suede. This small change can create such a big impact.
Felicia Woodward Living Room 2018-07-02 19:22:37
Even if you inherited from Aunt Kay and you aren't particularly keen on the style you can invest in slipcovers for the upholstered pieces in a neutral fabric to unify the pieces, then use your creatively through accents.
Gloria Dean Living Room 2018-07-02 19:22:57
There is nothing fresher than a dose of the garden in your living room. You can easily add fresh blooms in large vases or a solitary bud in a small slim vase for that touch of nature in your home. If fresh flowers aren't your thing, you can make use of the silk alternatives. These are great all year round. And of course, don't underestimate the power of green foliage. Houseplants and even grass growing in small pots can provide a stunning visual effect in your living room.
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