Have you ever noticed that when people move into a new house, they make sure to put the boxes everywhere except for the living room? The living room is the first room in the house that is set apart from the kitchen, and this is because of how frequently the living room is used. When you have guests over, you invite them to the living room. When you want to sit down with your family, you make your way to the living room. When you want to relax after a long day, you head to the living room with your favorite snacks and pajamas on. This means that the living room is the heart of the house. So why not treat it like one?
Here are some great tips to revamp your living room.
1. Modernize The Living Room
There is nothing like entering a house and just vibing with the contemporary aesthetic of that place! Every corner, every decoration piece oozes comfort, coziness, and warmth. This is exactly what Interior Designer Kathyrn Tyler was aiming for when she decorated a cornish cottage. It comes with cool-toned walls and simplistic furniture that shifts all the focus to the view from the video. Dabbling between greys and nudes, the color scheme of this living is like a breath of fresh air.
2. Pop Of Color
If you are someone who would like their living to give off a fun and vibrant vibe, then this living room idea might be for you! De Rosee Sa decorated this Victorian villa, which comes with blue walls with a touch of white on the fireplace and a bright yellow sofa that complements the walls and works amazingly well with the minimalistic rug and coffee table. If you are not afraid of stepping out of your comfort zone then this living room might be one of your dreams.
3. Going Back To The 80s
If there is anything that never goes out of style, it is the 80s, and this Rita Konig work explains exactly why. The walls are pale green and are accompanied by vintage rugs and antique sofas. The coffee tables remind you of an 80s movie you once saw, and the living room is going to feel like you are living in your favorite 80s film.
What do you think of these living room ideas? Are you going to go for it?