By Adalicia Dupont. Living Room. Published at Sunday, October 29th, 2017 - 22:21:45 PM.
When you think of redesigning there are a lot of options open to you ranging from a major makeover to simpler cost affective solutions. A complete redesign may involve a complete change in the layout of your living room like bringing in new furniture a complete change of color schemes new carpets, rugs and art effects... I mean the works, which means that you have to spend heavy. However using a little creativity and making some changes to the existing layout you can redesign your living room for a fresher look. Here are a few simple but cost affective solutions that may come in handy:
What are the main things you do in the living room? Most people go there to watch TV, read the papers, chitchat with the other half, invite friends over for a drink, and relax. You may want it to cater for several functions, it's easy enough to split the room up with an open-backed bookcases or cabinets and use the smaller section as a small dining section or a home office with desk tucked away in the corner if there is lack of space elsewhere in the house.
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.
No matter what shade of color you choose, the way to make it work is to put your efforts into creating balance. Unless you're going for a monochromatic look, pick a wall color that contrasts with your furniture and decor. Balance is very important with dark paint colors. When a room has lots of windows, wide trim and light colored furniture, a dark color can be the best idea possible.
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