Laurent. Living Room. November 08th , 2017.
Seating space with bold wallpaper and furniture. Think outisde the box when designing your dream open-plan layout. Feature wallpaper and contrasting furniture will add interest to your scheme. If your living room is large enough, be brave and decorate the whole room in a daring statement print, like this pretty butterfly design.
Calm living room, opening up the rooms surrounding a central hub can be a great way to enjoy the benefits of open-plan living without totally giving up on privacy and those all-important places in which to stow clutter. Here, a home office and dining room are open but quite separate from a calm living room that remains a dedicated place to flop and relax.
Zoned living room, how you arrange furniture and flooring, especially rugs, can help divide a large space into zones. In this living room, two facing sofas nestled by the fire and anchored by a bold rug create a cosy place in which to relax and socialise, while the storage area beyond could be used as a media room with television and technology hidden from view when not in use.
Go for a smart piece of furniture that has a mix of open shelving and concealed storage space so that you can view the television and display books and a few favourite accessories. Stow away more day-to-day items in drawers and cupboard space. Choose from design-led floor-to-ceiling furniture or sleek modern sideboards. A modular, L-shaped sofa and stylish armchairs can be arranged to create a living area for relaxing and family gatherings. Add a rug and table or standard lamps for a snug look.
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