Living Room. Friday , February 09th , 2018 - 06:03:47 AM
The old saying, \"You get what you pay for, \" doesn't always hold true. Sometimes you pay a lot for an item only to find that what you bought is substandard. Especially at the price you paid. You might then feel as though you were 'taken'. Other times the price of something may seem quite reasonable, even low, and you're amazed at how well the item performs or how long it lasts. This can be a pleasant experience knowing that there are still some good deals out there. But, as a rule, good quality just costs more. There's another saying... \"Good thing ain't cheap and cheap things ain't good.\" There may be a certain wisdom in these old adages.
The neutral scheme should not be allowed to become blurred at the edges, losing the definition of the individual materials, which is more likely to happen in the living room than any other room due to the amount soft materials it usually contains, including sofas and armchair, cushions, throws, carper, and rugs. One way to avoid this is to use a contrasting color to define the decorative flow. As the concept is to maintain a monochromatic effect, it would be pointless to use a true color, but black or a deep shade of brown will have a dramatic effect on maintaining form and outline. This device might be adopted to emphasize any surface plan, such as edging the curtains to define the vertical, incorporating a darker dado rail or skirting to delineate the horizontal, or edging the carpet with tape or a narrow border to highlight the flat. It is also a good idea to uses a slightly darker carpet color to prevent the scheme from floating.
In its consumer guide, they suggests that before you set out to buy any piece of furniture, you should first determine what best fits for your needs. Every piece of furniture has distinguishing features, which say whether it is a good buy for you or not. When furnishing your living room, for example, a well-made sofa that catches your eye in the furniture store may be ideal if you use your living room mostly for receiving guests. But a sofa acquired for that purpose in mind will be a bad idea if your living room doubles as family room.
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