Mid century living room – Living rooms are called exactly that because they embody the space that the one who lives. They should not only make you, the homeowner, feel comfortable, but any guest in your house should enter the living room and feel the same as at home. You can make even the largest room feel cozy with some strategic ideas. While cooler shades such as blue and gray and neutral colors such as broken white and beige are popular in home decoration, they are also found in hospitals and museums, which are hardly spaces that anyone would refer to as cozy.
The leather is durable, earthy and compatible with a wide selection of materials. When decorating a living room around a leather sofa, consider matching colors and how the textures of the work room together create a style or mood. For a living room to work, your decorative options should work together. You do not want a hodgepodge of options that interrupt and collide. Play up the natural characteristics of leather and create a living room that is both elegant and functional.
Select furniture that is simple and functional. Use old benches such as tables and old drawers or wooden boxes such as coffee tables. Choose cabinets that contain dull, painstaking paint finishes such as old-fashioned empanada safes, highboys with double doors and rabbit hutches with open shelves. Cover existing sofas and chairs with primitive covers made of checks or walk around in pink or blue watch-cloth.