Published at Tuesday, 08 August 2017. Living Room. By Laverne Beaulieu.
Like the name implies, the living room is easily one of the most important rooms in our homes. Unlike basements, kitchens or bathrooms, the rest room is usually our first thought when it comes to decorating a new home. At the same time, rest rooms need to be one of the most versatile spaces in your home. They take on a number of different roles which can make getting the decor just right, a bit of a challenge. For some, the reception room is still a more formal space reserved primarily for entertaining guests; for others it's a very casual space. It's where we kick back after a long day to rest and relax or where we wile away the hours during a long weekend enjoying leisure activities like watching TV and reading. Living room design ideas coming up these days keep in mind the requirements and needs of the people, so their investment is guaranteed to be in safe hands.
That being said, remember that overhead lighting is great so long as it is accompanied by additional task lighting such as wall sconces or reading lamps. This is to avoid casting shadows, creating glare, and causing eyestrain from insufficient lighting at eye level.
Take a careful look at the furnishings in your living room. Determine how you are using the space. Is the furniture in the room what you need? Remove what isn't working and make a list of what would make the space better. Look in other rooms in your home and repurpose items that might work better in the living room. Repurposing items you already have is a wonderful, inexpensive way to add a new look to a space. It can also help to limit the purchases you might need to make.
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