Living Room. Monday , February 12th , 2018 - 03:55:16 AM
* Texture: Texture is an often overlooked element, yet it is crucial when creating the style of your choice. Textured walls evoke a natural, native, earthy feel. Smooth walls are more elegant, traditional, and will reflect more light, creating a brighter room. Be careful, though, because if a floor is textured with tiles, stone, or wood flooring, it can make the room look small. With a large enough room, however, texturing your floor with tile, wood or stone is an excellent way to instantly create a \"look\". Choose the style and décor that feels right for you. Even if your budget doesn't allow you to renovate your entire house, choose a few important furniture pieces (couches, tables) that will set the tone for the whole room. Finally, accessorize along the lines of the decorative style you have chosen, and your look with be complete.
Other. You can marble any room of the house. When you are done with the kitchen and bathroom, move to the living room, dining room, den, and bedrooms. You can add marble accents to shelf mantels, marble to top of a piece of furniture, marble to bottom 3 foot section of walls all the way around a room, or even marble whole office desk unit as pictured below. If you want to get real creative, I have seen 2 extremely unique and beautiful headboards that were marbled in the master bedroom.
The neutral living room is greatly enhanced by the clever use of variety in ornament and texture. It is likely that this room will contain more decorative object than any other, and neutral surroundings make a great backdrop for them. Ornamental details are very useful when a change of textural emphasis is needed, as they add interest to the scheme using a medium other than color. Place textured elements in juxtaposition to their natural neighbors for a tactile finish, such as the partnership of polished stone against sub linen, rough wood against devoure velvet, and wicker against muslin.
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