By Yves Florence. Living Room. Published at Sunday, May 27th, 2018 - 04:21:46 AM.
When you’re trying to infuse your life and your home with the minimalist mindset, it’s common practice to pair down your forms of entertainment. Getting books from the library instead of owning shelves of spines yourself. Recycling your magazines when you’ve finished reading them. One of the most popular choices is to watch your movies and TV shows on your laptop instead of owning a TV. While that works most of the time, it makes it impossible to host viewing parties or really turn up the volume on the movie with your favorite soundtrack. Thankfully there is a way you can have a TV and still maintain your minimalist decorating. Take a look at these 12 backdrops to make your mounted TV more interesting.
Utilizing multipurpose pieces is an intelligent way to avoid overcrowding. Take this lift-top coffee table for instance, which offers a tabletop, storage and workspace in one.
There is no empty corner that a built in bookshelf won’t fill. If you’re struggling to get a grasp on that empty spot, set your hands to work and give yourself a corner to fill with all the books and tchotchkes your heart desires.
Aside from its sprawling comfort, the modular sectional's next best selling point is that it doesn't lock you into a specific setup. It combines pieces like armless chairs, corner chairs and ottomans to create a seating arrangement perfectly tailored to your room's size and layout. A modular sectional also offers up plenty of seating, making it perfect for big families or those who love to entertain.
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