There are a few interior design trends that will give a blast to a living room and believe us, those aren’t hard to get. We are talking about a few very simple things with a great spirit and beauty that will give the room a clever vivacity.
What we are about to show you is a selection of 5 decor trends a living room can’t live without. Among those trends are common items that you may have the habit to ignore, but we wrote this article with an expectation: for you to give it all a second chance.
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Well, well, well… Here you have something that most of the people tend to see as demodé. We are sorry to tell this in such a harsh way, but they’re absolutely wrong. Wood is the best material you can get for your furniture. It’s durable, beautiful, eclectic and a classic. It will never be out of fashion.
When used in excess, the result can be very cheesy, we’ll give you that. But the truth is that, in life, everything that is too much isn’t good. Learn how to use gold accents smartly and you’ll understand the whooooleee difference this tiny detail is capable of doing in a living room.
Use plants, whether natural or artificial. Your living room, your choices. Lots of greens and flowers will give your living area a calm and relaxing.
Velvet Armchairs or sofa
Is crucial to have at least a velvet armchair in your modern living room. If you really like velvet, you can buy a sofa, if not, at least give an armchair a chance. These pieces are perfect to get any room a glamorous, fancy semblance.
Nowadays, there’s nothing more modern that neutral colors. These tones, being so delicate, allow you to add some bold detail to the living room decor, such as patterned pillows or wall art, for instance.
Now that we already unveiled the secrets, you just need to put it in practice. The best thing is that you can do it without spending a lot of money. You can even try to get old furniture pieces and old velvet chairs and renew it. It’s all about creativity.
Hope you liked this article, inspired by House & Beautiful
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