Living Room. Monday , February 12th , 2018 - 02:59:02 AM
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.
* Traditional: This classic home furnishing style is elegant but not extravagant. Floral patterns look great on your couches, chairs, curtains and pillows for the traditional look, as do plaids and damasks. Heavy drapes and mahogany dining room tables also work well with this look. Put the final touch on your traditional home with accents like china, crystal and framed landscapes. * Victorian: This style will make your house look as beautiful and stately as the mansions of Victorian England. Choose small but elegant couches and wooden armchairs with silk covered cushions in striped or simple floral patterns. Do not be shy with velvet and rich brocades. Porcelain and dried flowers will also help you get this look across nicely.
3) Funky: Have at least one piece that excites you. This could be something as small as a footstool or something as big as a couch. The benefit of finding one piece that jumps out at you will help to ensure that your living room won't wear on you, or become dull too quickly. If you are someone who gets bored easily, I advise choosing a few of these funky furniture pieces. 4) Fun: Decorating is fun and having fun with your family room elements is just as crucial to creating a great space as the pieces you choose are.
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