By On Oct 11, 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.
We suggest a combination of various sorts of lighting, as seen in this space from Decorholic, that includes overhead (though a living space with an abundance of natural light may not need this), accent and task lighting, which helps you read that latest thriller. Once you have decided what you need, you can then focus on finding light sources that blend with your decor scheme.
Whether you are starting from scratch or updating a space you have lived in for years, its important to take stock of what furniture you own and be brutally honest about whether it works for your space. Redecorating your living room is a great opportunity to figure out whats important to you. For example, if a gorgeous sectional like this one from Emily Henderson is a must have, the key is to find a sectional that a natural fit for the room (and yes, even small rooms can rock sectionals).
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