By . Living Room. Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 13:43:59 PM.
Look at lighting. How much natural sun comes into the room? How much light will you need for the spaces intended purpose? To illustrate: A kitchen is likely to need more supplementary lighting than a home entertainment center.
If you want to hang something on your wall, artwork is nice, but mirrors are functional and can be art in their own right. They are the easiest way to trick the eye into thinking a space is way bigger than it is. Plus, they serve the double practical function of giving you a place to quickly check your hair. Just maybe avoid putting them near the TV, you do not want to see what you look.
Speaking of brightening up a room, be careful with your light fixture choices. Go for transparent fixtures that diffuse light over the whole room. Table and floor lamps might look cute, but they take up unnecessary space so try sconces instead. That way you can light up the corners of the room, taking advantage of every inch of it, without cluttering up the floor or surfaces.
Be strict about your furnishings. Studying basic interior design principles will teach you first hand lessons in proportion and spatial harmony. Keeping spacious rooms filled with light and implanting wide sight lines is fundamental. For example, one side of your room should never feel heavier than any other side, such as having a sectional couch on one side of your living room and recliners on the other side. Anything you put in your home must follow these basic principles: Simplicity over complexity, regardless of aesthetic and function, Clutter free, clean and open, Always vie for visual interest and personality
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