By Marlene Ghyslain. Living Room. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 00:35:04 AM.
Freedom is wonderful, especially when you have a creative mind. It’s what the Frame modules offer. They resemble square boxes and can either be open or closed and they can be combined in a variety of ways to create complex storage units or to complement existing units. The possibilities are endless, especially taking into consideration that the modules come in a variety of sizes, finishes and colors. They may very well offer the perfect solution for spaces that are difficult to furnish or that need some spark and character.
A lot of architects and homeowners appreciate polished concrete floors for their modern appeal but also their pure and practical nature. It’s a look that suits not only minimalist, contemporary spaces but also mid-century and even traditional decors.
One key to maximizing the potential of a small living room is carefully selecting furnishings that fit the space and can serve multiple purposes. Another important part of the process is getting creative with your layout and finding ways to arrange your furniture to make use of every square foot, even those awkward corners. From there, you’ll want to choose decor, such as art and mirrors, that adds personality without taking up space. Whether you’re starting from scratch in a new space or are feeling cramped in your current living room, there’s a solution to your woes. We’ve gathered the best small-living-room ideas to help you make the most of your space. Read on to get style tips from the pros and find inspiration for your small space.
Family rooms are generally more informal than living rooms. They tend to be a bit further from the front door, even in the basement at times, set away from the first-impressions façade potential of the house. This means that you can more easily incorporate a casual décor style into the family room. Often, this concept is manifest via comfy stuffed sofas with plenty of pillow options
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