Chic and bright living room makeover



Usually when people decide to renovate a particular room of the house the most visible change is the one of color. They go from bright to dark and vice versa. Today we’re going to take a look at a very chic living room that recently got a makeover and a much brighter look. The new living room was the creation of interior designer Kristen Krason.

The new living room is definitely more inviting. It has a bold interior design and there’s a lot more energy in there than it used to be. Instead of a sad atmosphere now it’s a friendly and cheerful place. It’s surprisingly different considering how many of the original pieces have been preserved during the renovation. The key here is knowing how to use them and how to combine textures and colors.

The remodel took about 6 months from start to finish and the budget was $3,000. The client already had some big items such as the chairs and the sofa but there were a lot more elements that needed to be added and changed. The living room got two new rugs, a new coffee table, end tables, new wallpaper, some new chairs, curtains, pillows, lamps and several other accessories. The design is a mixture of expensive and inexpensive pieces. It’s a contrasting but harmonious new look.{found on designsponge}.


Published by in Living Room, on January 30th, 2012

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