Published at Monday, February 18th 2019. by Tiberia Donato in Sette Sofas.
Hi, homeowners! How are you today? Do you feel like your living room is missing a little something? Maybe you've had the same decor for a few years, and it's starting to feel a bit stale? Or do you want to add a little something to celebrate the start of a new year?
Well, whatever it is, I have some suggestions to help you find that missing element.
1. Add Large Colorful Print or Big Painting
Let's take a look at this room. This room here is a lovely space. But doesn't seem a bit plain? I think it's a little too neutral. If you add just one thing, then suddenly you have a focal point for the room. That one focal point is so essential for a room.
2. Built‐in Storage
It's a little extra something that gives a room personality a 'statement piece' that sets the tone for space. So what else could the room be missing? Built‐in storage. Built-ins are a rare type of furniture.
They could be considered the opposite of free standing furniture. Built‐ins provide lots of storage. They can fill an entire wall 'without' making the room sense considerably small. They help fabricate a cohesive look 'throughout' and can be combined and coordinated with the rest of the decor. Another great thing about the built‐ins is that they can be tailored to fit your specific needs. Another thing that this room might be missing is, quite literally breath in of fresh air!
3. Add Small or Large Plants
Sometimes a room can feel kind of stuff, especially when it's hot outside. One way to keep things a bit fresher inside is to decorate with plants. Nowadays succulents small cacti are on trend, so it's easy to grab a few of these and add them to your room. This touch of green makes all the difference.
Now the room looks so much better. We only change a few little things, but they made such a significant impact on the space. I hope you liked this article and didn't forget to leave a comment down below. Good luck!
Thanks for reading!
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