Living Room. Monday , February 12th , 2018 - 03:49:08 AM
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.
Seating can be flexible as well. Choose upholstered dining chairs which mix with your livingroom furniture. Extra chairs can be used in entries and bedrooms. This is where your carefully chosen color scheme will help you. The chair can be used for dining or extra livingroom seating and the color and style will blend. There are the obvious choices, as well. Sleep sofas are invaluable and come in many sizes and styles. Many are available with air mattresses are really are comfortable. Large storage ottomans can be used as cocktail tables and places to store the bedding for the sleepers as well as extra seating when entertaining. Smaller ottomans can store under sofa tables for a decorative and useful addition.
For those of you on tighter budgets that still can't afford a full blown pure marble fireplace, you can still have your marble dreams via most hollow marble and mantels. These installations are cost effective and are easier and lighter to install. Bar Tops. More and more marble bar tops are being installed as the myths fly out the window regarding marble tops and staining. In a general sense, yes marble surfaces can stain, but with the advent of today's sealers yearly maintenance makes marble staining worries a thing of the past. Stay tuned for an upcoming article on that will include the marble sealer knowledge from the experts who will show you just how easy it is to maintain a stain free marble top.
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