By On Oct 03, 2018 Design
Once you have decided upon your focal point, decorate the room around it for a cohesive feel. Just be sure to pay attention to the vibe your focal point is giving off. If you have a beautiful fireplace, for example, a quick makeover can change the entire look of your living space and add a fresh, updated feel.
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.
This paper presents findings of a study on the living room of apartment-type houses. The aim was to trace the pattern and preferences of furniture arrangement in constrained space at apartment blocks which accommodated families of Malaysian Police personnel located in a Kuala Lumpur suburb. The data show that common items available in each living room are the settees, coffee table, dining table and chairs, small table for the television and shoe rack. Three activity-based zones were identified as living, dining and entertainment. Despite the tight space provided, the families showed their creativity in reflecting their individuality and way of life.
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