Toss Some Sofa Cushions. You can also add some cushions or pillows to your furniture, which adds color to your solid furniture. Bright and patterned cushions add the right color to your room furniture and also include comfort to your seating.
Splash Your Niche. You can add a dash of color and shade by painting a single wall with a bold color. This will change the central point of your room without the help of any expensive or lavish decorating item. Niches and alcoves are perfect places to paint. A splash of some bold color which may be a darker tone of the rest of the walls or be compliment to your general color theme of the living room, is the perfect way to bring a creative change in your living room.
mid century walnut furnituremid century interiormodern furniturecabinet benchesapartment living room ideasmid century modern colorsmid century living room designoccasional chairmid century livingmid century living room furnitureliving spaces mid centurymid century modern living room furnituremid century dining room chairscountry lampsused mid century modern furnituremcm dining roommid century bedroom furnituremid century dining table
There are many ways to decorate your living room. As this is usually the room where a family entertains guests and spends time together, much thought usually goes into the design. Sometimes, however, inspiration is hard to come by. Here are a few living room decorating ideas to help get your creative juices flowing.
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.
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.’