Acozy and comfortable sofa set, a coffee table for tete-a-tete and a perfect TV unit to keep the entertainment mode on, all these indeed make for a picture-perfect living room. Heena Jain, Design Consultant from WoodenStreets, shares some fantastic furniture design ideas that can be implemented for a theme-oriented and perfectly-designed living room.
Fabric sofa set: A fabric sofa set can be the limelight in a room thanks to the pop that its fabric colour brings. This gives a deluxe look to the area with hues that can complement the theme of the entire room. You can try out yellows, blues or classy neutral tones such as greys and beiges to set the stage in your living room.
Minimalist TV unit to blend with every decor: Choosing the right design of TV unit is important to maintain the space in the room. This is because a heavily crafted furniture can be chaotic in a small area. However, you can pick Industrial TV units that are ideal for a minimalist abode. Being a combination of metal frames with wooden furniture, you can fix it in any size, be it as small as a floor unit, or a big one with two towers at the sides.
Coffee table for complementing the sofa set: A coffee table accentuates the centre of a living room to quite an extent especially when you pair it with your sofas. If you've gone with fabric sofas, an industrial coffee table, or one with fusion of materials such as metals and marble tops, can work excellently.
Go Fancy: Think outside the traditional sense when it comes to extra seating. Rather than selecting a 2 or a 1-seater matching sofa, get elegant lounge chairs or chaises to set up with your fabric 3-seater. This unconventional and asymmetrical approach opens your living room to a new facelift without compromising in comfort.
Consoling the decor: Having a delicate furniture that can enhance a subtle corner with its features and functions is what you need to make any nook extraordinary. Put on a mid-century themed console table against the corner wall for showcasing a distinct taste of your persona in the living room. Over it, you can deck figurines, photo frames, and even a decorative clock to ground the importance of time. (IANS)
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