By On Oct 08, 2018 Design
Your rooms focal point is where peoples eyes will fall when they first walk into your room. If you do not have a natural focal point like a large fireplace or mantle, create one with an oversized mirror, a piano or extra large artwork, as seen in this stunning room from Studio McGee.
Between entertaining and Netflix binging, you undoubtedly spend a lot of time in your living room, and it is easily the most important room in your home when it comes to decor. A living room is often the first room we decorate and the first room we show new guests during a tour. A beautifully decorated living room both draws you in and compels you to stay. But because of the high stakes, making those big design choices can be a stressful proposition.
Whether you are into monochromatic or you want to tie in a few complementary colors, your color scheme is a key feature to cultivating a seamless living room aesthetic. This eye catching living room from by nest twenty eight starts with a base of white and black and adds a hint of mustard yellow and neutral birch to keep the look harmonious. Having a color palette in mind as you put together each piece of your living room is an easy way to keep your look clean and purposeful.
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