Published at Saturday, November 04th, 2017 - 23:13:13 PM. Living Room. By Tiffney Guillot.
Consider the space you have, perhaps as it is at the moment it feels cramped or over-crowded. Well, that's easily fixed just by removing some of the bulky living room furniture, or even replacing it all together for smaller or simpler items. It helps to have a main area in the room as a focus, for most homes this is generally the sofa and coffee table, once these are in place everything else can be slotted in around them, in other homes it might be the period fireplace, or the huge flatscreen TV.
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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