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.’
Keep a sense of harmony. You can quite easily obtain a sense of balance by thinking carefully about the materials you are using. Think of textures – rough or smooth? Think about how the surfaces respond to light – are they shiny and glossy? Smooth and reflective materials can help a room feel larger but they need to be balanced against other materials such as natural woods and stone. Solid wood furniture adds a lot of character and style as well as bringing a natural feel to your room.
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Colour schemes. When choosing furniture make sure you consider what colours go with the colour palette currently in the room. Depending on the decor and colour of the walls and floors, you need to purchase complimenting furniture. Different wood furniture together can look odd so be mindful of colours that work well and colours that will clash with your existing colour theme.
It’s better to use downlight lamp for bright up whole spaces. Put some lamps at ceiling with proportional distance between one another, so all of general activity places can be reached by light.
Choosing furniture. If you want to be able to carefully select each piece of furniture it’s probably best to choose items individually that compliment each other. You may find package deals restrictive and they may only have part of what you want. In this case, make sure you have the colours you want to have in mind and make sure the different pieces work well together. Taking small samples of lounge fabric with you when buying the other room furniture is a good idea to help you match things together.