Published at Sunday, December 10th, 2017 - 13:44:06 PM. Living Room. By Tiffney Guillot.
As much as we all love the idea of sitting and talking and having family game nights; in reality we all need a little television. Entertainment is crucial and today's kids are far more likely to congregate to the living room if they are facing the television. It is easy for rooms to clutter up with junk. Whether your significant other decides to leave his work boots placed behind the sofa, your youngest children have turned it into a toy room or the more creative of your family members may have turned it into their art space, if the room starts to lose its purpose then the audience will disappear with it.
One of the unique and often unnoticed qualities of color is that it can psychologically change the size of the room. Light colors make rooms feel bigger. This is why ceilings are often painted white, making them feel higher. Dark colors draw the walls of a room together, so people rarely paint rooms in very dark shades. If your living room is small, go with lighter shades. On the other hand, if you have a large living room, especially if it feels too big, a darker color can make it feel more homey and intimate.
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