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What to Do with Large Spaces

It is usually small spaces that are considered problematic because you need to create the feeling of a larger space. But sometimes larger rooms can be equally tricky! It might not be easy to fill them up or know how to deal with high ceilings or extra areas. Here are some tips.

Separate the Living Space.

A Room Divider is an Easy Trick to Unify a Room

A room divider can come in handy when you feel that a room is too large. However, choose one that you can see through, such as a glass or bookshelf design. This helps to separate the room without making it feel disconnected.

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15 Bright Living Rooms With Comfortable And Inviting Interiors

The living is the most important part of the house, regardless of its size. It’s a social area where guests are invited and where you spend most of your time when you’re home. In most modern homes, the living room and the kitchen share an open plan which is a very smart idea. They are both social areas and by combining them you gain more space.

A very airy and refreshing beach house living area

Also, the person that needs to work in the kitchen can also actively participate at the discussions and activities in the living room.Having a living room that’s spacious is important but the interior design is also crucial. The living room needs to be bright so the windows need to be large and well positioned. This area also needs to feel inviting and comfortable so it’s important to choose the right furniture.

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Inspiring Living Room Designs You Should Steal

The living room is usually the core of any house. We’re not talking about positioning but about importance. The living room is the largest room in the house and the space where family members spend time together. It’s also where guests are being welcomed and entertained. So the living room needs to have a flexible and inviting interior design.

The fireplace is always a wonderful feature in the living room

Regardless of the style or type of design you choose for this part of the house, there are a few features that are never missing from the living room. It’s, of course, the sitting area. In the center of this space there’s usually a coffee table. It’s an accent piece and a functional element that, in a way, connects all the things in the room.

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How To Use Purple In Stunning Looking Living Rooms

The deep and rich shades that inhabit the area between crimson and violet have many names but, bundled together, they are most commonly referred to as purple. In ancient times the Phoenicians alone new the secret of dying fabrics purple and kept the secret for centuries.

If you wanted their deep shade of purple, known as Tyrian, you had to trade with them. Purple was, therefore, strongly associated with high value and status. It became the chosen hue for Roman emperors’ togas. Nowadays, purple still retains an association with plush furnishings and even opulence.

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Six Ways to Design a More Inviting Living Room

It’s the room in which you and your family spend the most time. Living rooms should be appealing, relaxing and allow you to interact with each other.Here are some tips for creating a living room you’ll never want to leave.

Step Down to Relax.

Sunken Living Rooms Look Trendy

The sunken living room is a great décor idea. Basically, it means that the living room is a few steps below the rest of the home. Sunken rooms look visually appealing while making the living room more noticeable.

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Living Rooms With Beams That Will Inspire

House construction used to always feature beams of great solid wood that carried the weight of the upper floor, or ceiling, transferring the stress to the walls. Nowadays, little has changed and wooden A-frames are still widely used to support a roof line. However in modern homes, beams and trusses are rarely on show.

Architects tend to hide away the structural elements of a home so far as possible. So, although beams and supports are still used, they are mostly invisible.

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17 Stunning Ways To Use Bi-Folding Doors In Living Rooms

Bi-folding doors are an on trend way of increasing the width of a walkway. Glazed French doors, since they are hinged on either side, can only offer double width opening. A bi-folding door can increase the width of an opening because the doors zig zag onto themselves, concertina fashion. They also take up less space when they are open. Although modern materials mean that larger bi-folding doors, that house big glazing sections, are possible, bi-folding doors have been used in architecture since ancient times.

The No-Wall Wall.

A living room can feel like a stunningly different space if one wall is given over entirely to a bi-folding door, making it the perfect space in summer.

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