Living Room. Monday , February 12th , 2018 - 01:55:02 AM
If you'd like some variety, something a little different, for your Halloween treating this year, consider these ideas: 1. McDonald's coupons. What child doesn't like McDonald's...enough said. 2. One older couple in our neighborhood gave out an unusual treat. They decorated their livingroom spookily and took a polaroid snapshot of each child posed in front of the decorations. The picture was the treat. Would you be surprised to learn the kids lined up down the sidewalk? It became so popular we neighbor parents contributed monetarily to their film packs. Note: this couple took great care to ensure children's safety and also to protect their own reputations. Their livingroom was located immediately off a large foyer. They kept their front door wide open. Their triple front window curtains were left open with bright lighting so nothing could be construed as improper. Finally, since a polaroid camera was used, no pictures were retained.
Your living room is an extension of you, and this should be conveyed in your choices. Unlike your bedroom furniture, your living room furniture gives you more leeway to be creative and design 'out-of-the-box'. Once you decide to redecorate your family room the next step is to pick out furniture. Although choosing the right furnishings may seem overwhelming, there are businesses out there that do nothing but room and furniture design. I personally know a store that has a section of their store as well as a section on their website that is dedicated solely to this important space in our home.
The Four 'F' Factors of fabulous furniture: 1) Functionality: Design this special room to be a place where you would want to 'live.' Stuffing it to the point that is so expensive you would never want to use it will not make you happy. Use living room furniture that you feel comfortable being surrounded with. 2) Focal point: Create a focus within your living room furniture. Having a focus point will help you in two ways. Most importantly, a focal point will make it easier to design the rest of your living room furniture. Secondly, a focal point will help to map out the layout for the rest of the ensemble that you will eventually have.
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