The living room is the place for gossip, communication and fun and exuberance among your family members or your friends and relatives. If you have planned a total makeover of your living room interior, you can always follow your heart because you can change anything and everything, from the color of the walls, the wallpaper, the curtains and blinds, the sofa sets, the lighting, etc. to the coffee table , the pots, the painting or the showpieces on the pillars and everything else.
The first thing anyone would do is take stock of trends or ideas from other designers and home furnishing experts. There are many online resources where these people post and publish their projects and living room interior pictures and love to inspire other designers and housewives. Once you’ve decided on a theme, you can hire a local interior designer and give him a description. You can choose a bright and vibrant theme, which is always the most recommended idea, because the living room should be the focal point of all activities and not a place to drool and fall asleep. In any case, nobody is stopping you.
Modesty can be transcended with a bright red theme for the sofa sets and area rugs that complement the white or neutral walls. An occasional curtain or blinds with similar bright red patterns add a special charm to the whole. There are a few images in this gallery that show such an approach. The cushions in warm colors such as bright green, brown, yellow or bright red also go well with dark brown and satin white furniture and walls. The essential part of designing your living room interior is also to take care of the lighting. The room may be large, but it still looks dingy and uncomfortable if the lighting isn’t right. On the contrary, lighting can make a small room look attractive and spacious. It’s about spending your precious time and you have to decorate it however you like. It is usually recommended to keep it simple as it strengthens and activates your mind and even relaxes it when you are tired.
There may be additional furniture such as chests, cabinets, large tables with multiple cabinets for storing showpieces, and also a stand for the TV. If you have a wall-mounted TV, add some dark brown or mahogany vertical cabinets to complement the white walls. Depending on the size and space available, you can also achieve an organic feel with a few small and large plants. Some also try to fit into a luxury or conventional bar.