By Anthelme Joanne. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 - 05:14:28 AM.
Square footage may be measured from side to side, but real life isn’t two-dimensional! Take advantage of vertical space by mixing in some taller pieces, like a bookcase or an entertainment center with piers. Clean-lined furniture with leggy, open-style bottoms or glass tops is ideal for small areas. You can still manage to get a look with big personality that doesn’t overwhelm your living space.
Art in your living room doesn’t have to be bold to make a statement. Carrie Brigham Design uses three similar pieces to create flow and continuity for the eyes. It definitely comes off more peaceful than a gallery wall.
When your living room doesn’t have a good focal point, you obviously have to make one. TomMarkHenry filled a wall with this statement print and it’s definitely an attention grabber.
What do you do when there isn’t a good place for a bookshelf? You make a place. Ensemble Architecture built bookshelves around the windows and ultimately created a personal library.
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