Decorate Unique And Comfortable Living Rooms
Let’s create a space the whole family will love by using inviting colors, smart furniture choices, and easy organization solutions. Get inspired by these unique and comfortable living rooms that combine style, comfort, and function.
Gallery Decoration of Unique and Comfortable Living Rooms
Family Room Fusion
Family Room Fusion – Balance family-friendly with sophistication by including plenty of color and chic patterns in your family room. Bright hues appeal to kids and adults alike, and a mix of patterns will give the space a designer vibe. Look at including outdoor fabrics, which are durable, or slipcovers, which are washable.
Furniture Smarts – Open unique and comfortable living rooms can promote family togetherness: Mom and Dad can work in the kitchen while kids hang out in the living area or do homework at the dining table. Keep these distinct areas unified by using the same colors throughout, while using furniture placement to divide the activity zones.
Light & Dark
Light & Dark – Dark-color furniture can stand up to stains and spills better than light-color furniture. Capture an airy look by pairing dark upholstery with bright and light colors. Include a transitional piece that marks the move from dark to light for a seamless look. Here, a branch-covered coffee table serves as a medium-tone piece that bridges the design sensibilities of the rich chocolate-color sofa with the room’s green color palette.
Family-Friendly Storage – Keep children’s items within easy reach. Use chests that can double as coffee tables for storing toys. Designate lower shelves for kids? books and baskets for toys.
Get Comfortable – Deep couches are ideal for lounging. Pile them with plenty of pillows so that family members can easily make themselves comfortable while sitting, laying, and cuddling.
Basement Hangout – Keep a basement family room comfortable, not cramped, with a few design tricks. Leave the beams and ductwork exposed and paints them a single color. Paint the walls white and include plenty of accent lighting, such as table and floor lamps.
Homework Time – If solving math problems and writing essays are often on the weeknight agenda, set up a homework station in your living area. This desk is a part of the room, but faces away from distractions. Make a few workstations available, such as two desk chairs and a clear dining table, for multiple scholars.
TV Storage – Solve the problem of the black box by hiding your TV inside an armoire. Armoires can hide bulky tube TVs just as easily as flat panel TVs, along with the accompanying devices and DVDs. Plus, you can incorporate an armoire that suits your style and melds with the look of your space.
Unique and comfortable living rooms are not only about the design but also the way we create the atmosphere.