Renovate the living room by you emphasize the architectural style
The renovation of your living room, go back to basics and look at the architectural details of the room. No matter whether the architecture of the House is traditional or modern contemporary, temporarily, – details such as beams, niche, or bars may help you be. Consider times following tips!
A temporary room could still combine modern and traditional
A redesign can accentuate existing elements (window, roof, walls and doors), push into the background, or add new elements.
Try to keep the architectural elements in neutral colours and represent your style furniture. In this room you can see the style of the owner by the eclectic furniture.
Add fabric to the fireplace
You can make a new focus with a fabric element.Note: If you make the element high up to the roof, then the room seems higher.
Build roof beams
These days, the roofs are quite simple. Faux wood beams are not that difficult and can be installed more easily. The rooms and the bar should be of the same scale so that the bars are not too heavy in the room.
Note: Install additional lighting in the bar. You can attach heavy hanging lamps.
Renovate the doors with mullions
If your living room has a French door or glass door, then horizontal mullions can add a detail and craftsmanship. With vertical mullions to get Georgia style.
Build one or two new niches
Build one or two new niches if you basically want to renovate more and at home have unused corners. There you can create reading corners. If this is difficult, simply remove shelves.
The brick walls are again more and more popular
The old bricks were handmade and give a comfortable feeling the atmosphere. The new bricks to create beautiful color combinations with the floor and the furniture.
Note: There are older bricks with additional insulation. A matte sealant looks more organically and earthly.
Renovating the walls
If there are no special architectural elements in your room, you can make very cheap wall frame. The frame can be shown below the Chair rail and painted in contrasting colors.
Note: Not the size, but the distances are important here. 7-9 should be cm distance between two frames, and 7-10 cm distance from the baseboard.
traditional meets modern in this living room
Bright, monochromatic color palette
Classic and chic to
Cosy living room furniture