Published at Tuesday, 17 October 2017. Living Room. By Maryse Bourdette.
Always leave some free space to allow your living room and other furniture to breathe and also not look cluttered. If you have lots of extra stuff and find it hard to store small items, the furniture items with storage units should be your first choice. Decorative items like lamps and photo-stand etc. must not occupy too much space. The motto is to beautify the room with as little articles as possible. The decorative items must be unique and not too many!
Home is a beautiful place to be; it's filled with the people you love and with the things that you admire the most. Varying from the calm ambiance to the excited one, a home is a place for lifetime memories of the inhabitants and the guests. The owner of a beautiful house feels proud of his embellishing assortments and of the incredible memories that have been framed perfectly on the walls. Whether you're the owner of a small house of that which is massive, furniture will always be considered as an important part of it, thus highlighting the importance of the right pieces of furniture.
From early times in the United States (U.S.), up to the 1970s, much family activity centered on the living room of a home. Also known as \"the receiving room,\" home makers took guests there as soon as they entered the home. This room contained the best seating and furnishings. There, the draperies hung finely about the windows. A small piano might reside in the room. A vase with fresh-cut flowers and a bowl filled with nuts or mints might rest on the coffee table. \"Eat something while I fetch coffee from the kitchen,\" a home maker might say to guests.
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