Comfort is a term that can only be dictated by personal preferences. However, there is something for everyone. Whichever way you define this term, these tips will help you transform your living room to a more comfortable space.
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7 Tips to make your living room more comfortable
1. Create a clutter- free space
De-clutter your living room by eliminating unnecessary décor such as furniture, paintings and framed photos. A clutter-free space creates more comfort and relaxation unlike a cluttered one. A great way of achieving this is by investing in storage baskets, shelves and furniture with hidden storage. Avoid too many contrasting colors on your walls because they create a cluttered look as well.
2. Use of colors
Use soothing colors to make your living room more comfortable and relaxing. Paint colors that are associated with nature because they create a soothing effect which is relaxing and calming. These include cool greens, blues and pinks. Darker hues on the other hand create a perfect place for relaxation. Dark colors make a room seem smaller while neutral ones make it larger. Mix rugs, throws, body pillows, pillows and furniture with different colors and textures to make your living room more stylish.
3. Using personal photos and paintings
Framed photos and paintings of your loved ones are a great way of decorating and adding comfort to your living room. They help you reflect on meaningful memories in your life. This creates happiness and relaxation which is equivalent to comfort.
4. Use a layer rug
A layer rug is a great way of adding comfort to your living room. Adding a soft rug on the floor will serve as a soft landing spot for your bare feet. Consider adding a patterned one to add more elegance to your living room. Invest in rugs with different shapes and sizes for additional elegance to your space. You could use a beautiful patterned carpet is an alternative to a layer rug.
5. Keep it natural
Use fresh flowers and plants in a vase to create a natural look in your living room. You can also opt for seamless mix of limestone, cypress and oak to give your room a natural and beautiful look. Plants add life to a space making it more comfortable and relaxing.
Consider adding houseplants such as potted plants that are positioned at empty corners to eliminate the boring and bare feel. You have to ensure that there is light reaching these plants. You can also use a terrarium which is an indoor plantation that that is affordable and yet gives an elegant look to a living room.
Another option is using warm wooden accents which create a natural look that is relaxing in the bedroom.
6. Invest in better furniture
Invest in plush furniture such as sofas and armchair. You can add extra cushions to the furniture to add more comfort to your living room.
Consider adding a bookshelf if you love books. This allows you to relax while reading a good book. Ensure that you color coordinate the books for a clean beautiful look.
7. Decorative features and better arrangement
Use decorative wall décor to add life to your walls. These ready to hang materials range from custom-framing, wood-mounting, and canvas transfers.
Consider using mirrors that vary in shapes and sizes on your walls. They create a unique and elegant look. Furthermore, they add light and shimmer to your living room walls. Ensure that you match them appropriately.
Consider creating a better look for dull windows by using a roller blind. You can pick a floral pattern, statement stripes or other options.
You can dress your walls and hallway using carpets, paintings, wallpapers and photos to give them a different better look.
Use curtains to cover empty wall and give a luxurious and restful look. To make them more appealing adds some artwork in front of each curtain.
Use décor elements that give an elegant look to your space. Choose appropriate lighting to transforms the mood of a space depending on personal preference.
Consider moving the seats from the wall to create a glamorous and intimate style. In most cases, the seating is positioned in the middle section of the living room.
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