For the collectors, the living area is one place where you can show off your items. Things like seashells or even candles when placed together can create a nice effect. Try placing seashells into a large wooden bowl and place this on your coffee table. Wouldn't that make a great centerpiece? The same goes for the candles. Candles or votives in various heights and shapes can lend an interesting touch to your coffee table or your shelves.
To save more on space, especially if you got a small, cramped studio unit, you can consider getting a sofa set that can double as a sleeping mattress. Commonly called sofa beds, they can be converted to a seating furniture sofa and to a bed that you can sleep on such as a futon sofa bed.
There is nothing fresher than a dose of the garden in your living room. You can easily add fresh blooms in large vases or a solitary bud in a small slim vase for that touch of nature in your home. If fresh flowers aren't your thing, you can make use of the silk alternatives. These are great all year round. And of course, don't underestimate the power of green foliage. Houseplants and even grass growing in small pots can provide a stunning visual effect in your living room.
Living Room Tuesday , June 12th , 2018 - 22:31:59 PM
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