Kay Campos April 24, 2021 Living Room
Decorating a home offers many different possibilities. When you decide to change the decor you already have and substitute it for something else, there are inevitably going to be challenges. Thankfully, there are some tips that can make the transition from one decor to the next easier. One of the most exciting and easiest ways to transform your living room from one decor to the next, is to find themes with common elements. For example, try the tips below to bring some Morocco into your Midwest living room. Color Scheme When you are going from a Midwest theme to a Moroccan decor, there are many similarities in the color palette. Pale peach, pink, purples and tans are instrumental in both decors. This commonality makes it much easier to switch between the two themes and enhance the look of the new Moroccan decor. Figure out which areas of the room can keep the color that they already have and which ones need to be switched or repainted. The more coloring you can keep, especially with wall color and floor covering color, the easier it will be to turn your living room into a brand new area.
If the living room has curtains on windows, design them in such a way that they allow enough direct sunlight to enter the living room. Natural light after falling on living room walls will reflect into deeper areas illuminating the corner dark areas. This technique is called as indirect or diffused light and is extremely effective in adding extra mood in living room color scheme without any additional costs. You can also make use of combination of color schemes in living room interior decorating. Another easy way to decide the color scheme of the living room is to follow theme such as a cool color scheme or hot color scheme. Which you should choose entirely depends on the actual climatic conditions surrounding your home. Its related to the amount of direct sunlight you receive.
Want to know how to decorate the perfect living room with the right choice of color? Then have a look at this article here. When you do this right, your living room will be a room that you and your loved ones will enjoy being in. When not done right, it will be a room that you and your guests will be left wanting more. So what to do? Follow these simple yet effective tips here.1. Make sure the room is ready to accept colorJust like ingredients in a recipe, too little or too much is noticeable. The best way to start is to de-clutter. When you get rid of anything that is not a wonderful decoration or art, then your room begins to liven up. Piles of papers and clutter of any sort will make a room so distracting to the eye that the color or art you put in will be not effective. So do this as a first step so that your room is ready for art and beauty to be put into it.
One of the most beautiful living rooms I have ever been in had a bright red, large, rectangular area rug in the middle of the golden oak floor. The red rug was stunning and simple, but brought energy to an otherwise nondescript room. Utilizing color on your living room floor will change the way your living room feels. Oftentimes we use bright colors as accent pieces, throw pillows, or even splashes of art on the walls. Occasionally we get up the nerve to paint a wall or even an entire room a bold brilliant color. But just as often we neglect to see the floor as a viable option to hold bright color. Bright colors bring energy and life to a room. Using a bright colored area rug will vitalize a living room and give a look to the space that people will remember.
Another important thing to consider in your living room is the lighting. You should have general light and diffused light, so floor lamps are highly recommended. To give a romantic touch to your living room you can add candles to your decoration. Nowadays there are plenty of choices and you can find candles in all sizes, shapes, scents and colors. Arrange your furniture so the sofas and armchairs face a determined focal point in the room, such as the TV set, a fireplace if you have one or the view of your garden. If you are decorating your living room from scratch and have not bought your furniture yet, it is advisable to measure the room carefully and buy the furnishings according to this. Remember, a room that looks too crowded because the furniture is too big does not provide a comfortable feeling and it will not be easy to relax in. On the other hand if your furniture is too small or too little for your living room you may feel a sort of "emptiness".
Wherever possible set furniture against the walls to open up as much floor space as you can. Remove any clutter, and steer clear of knick-knacks and other small accessories that make a room look congested and cluttered. To add color to the walls without taking away any visual space, use no more than one large accent per wall, preferably something brightly colored that will help light up the room. Leave windows bare if you can but if not use light-weight fabrics or sheers. Cozy up a Large Room Perhaps you have the opposite problem - your living room is way too big! This often makes a room appear a bit cold, making it feel as though it is lacking in personality. To make this room look more intimate and appealing, use rich, dark colors such as burgundy, navy and green. Browns, gold tones and autumn colors will work as well. While you dont have to paint every wall a dark color, consider painting two opposing walls a rich shade as a contrast to the other walls. If you have a high beamed or cathedral ceiling, consider painting it a darker tone as well. This will visually bring the ceiling down.