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Home decorators often look at the living room first, when they are going to freshen up or completely redesign a home. Your front room is the central part of your home. And you have to give it a unique look. Therefore, it should first and foremost, express your aesthetic and taste.
Here are some tips for creating your distinctive trend stands out.
Clear the Clutter
If your space is cluttered with too many accessories, it may look disorganized and messy. Those elements that express your style will be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of stuff. You may have to make some hard choices. But over-accessorized is probably not the unique look you are going for. Keep the pieces that are the most special – the ones that evoke strong emotions or have sentimental value.
Hide the TV
What to do with the TV in the living room décor is a question for the ages. You can select hidden storage, such as an armoire or another route is to make the TV a part of your wall décor. Arranging art around it’ll minimize its presence within the area. While it won’t entirely disappear, it will blend in with the art around it and fool the eye.
Make a Statement
Customize your room with a couch upholstered in a statement color. The unusual color can inject your front room with a customized component that reflects your distinctive vogue. Layering throw pillows in different textiles and textures will give your room a look that stands out.
Put It into Focus
Give your space some pizzazz with a focal point. Hang an oversized piece of art take on one wall, or make a gallery wall with a theme. This will make your living room memorable.
Bring in Some Whimsy
Add an element with a unique silhouette or shape, or made out of unusual materials. A chair in uncommon upholstery or a tree-root table can add a surprising bit of whimsy.
If you have an heirloom piece, use it. Whether it’s a settee, accent table, pottery collection, or piece of art. This will give your space some authenticity and let you show off your prized possession in the manner it deserves.
A thoughtful jumble of textures and colors can provide your front room a custom-designed, unique look and feel. Mix glass, wood, metals, textiles, unique, and alluring area.