Having a small living room sometimes makes us feel difficult to place other items. But this does not mean the room should always feel stuffy, cramped, uncomfortable, and unpleasant. With a few tips and tricks in the selection of furniture and spatial arrangement, the narrow living room can also be fun and look more spacious. We just need to give the right decorating touch to get what we want.
And not infrequently also despite our spacious living room but because the arrangement and the wrong decor just describe our living room feel narrow. Though we have not put any items in it. For decorating space like this, you should only use furniture and furniture that is important only. As much as possible just place a set of the minimalist sofa in the room. Put the sofa near the wall so there will be plenty of space left.
We may be able to beautify the small living room by adding a number of decorations and accessories. However, as much as possible the selected accessories will not disturb the scene and do not take up a lot of places. Accessories such as paintings or decorative lights. The selected painting should be an abstract or painting with geometric patterns.
If you want to use an ornamental light, place the lamp next to the sofa so it can also be a light if there are people who read on the sofa. But make sure, the accessories used only 1 or 2 just so as not to make the room felt narrower and fuller.
Having a small living room requires you to try to create a spacious impression in the interior of a small living room in your home. Choose a soft or light color to create a wider visual effect in your living room. Bright colors should not always use white. You can use yellow, light green, cream, or other colors. Make sure the color combination that is used for the living room is not too much so it does not seem crowded. Take a look at the pictures below which we believe will inspire you:
You need to know has a small living room does not mean we can not do anything. But it all depends on our intelligence in decorating and placing couches, furniture and other ornaments in the living room.