Benita Stuart September 02nd, 2018
Celia Vance September 02nd, 2018
- If you can't be bothered with 4-8 different fixtures (the average for a living room setting), then you will enjoy the flexibility of a dimmer switch on your main living room lighting source.
Valeria Martin September 01st, 2018
6. More Home Decorating Ideas
Selma Strickland September 01st, 2018
2. Use Area Rugs Instead of Carpet
Yvette Valencia September 01st, 2018
A living room addition can be the answer to a number of lifestyle issues as well as space issues for families and add to the value of your home at resale. Your home may have a living room that does not meet the needs of your family or it may have no living room at all. Many new homes are designed with a great room only. While these designs are wonderful for a casual lifestyle, they may not work for you if you need for a more formal entertaining area. Many homes built in the 1940s through 1960s were designed with huge living rooms. They were intended to be the room in which the family lived - multi-functional space for relaxing, watching television, reading, listening to music and entertaining. Certainly many people add living rooms to be family living spaces, but a majority of people also add living rooms in order to create more formal settings for entertaining or escape from the television and the noise of children playing.
Vicky Pollard September 01st, 2018
Show off special moments you've shared with friends and family, by placing the photos in special frames and hanging them on your living room walls. Another home decorating idea that will add style to your house decor is clocks. A favorite is the grandfather clock, which can either be wall-mounted or freestanding.
Alexandra Richmond September 02nd, 2018
When space is at a premium many times a room will double as a media room where friends and family gather to watch movies or to listen to music this is very common in a lot of homes.
Toni Ingram September 01st, 2018
4. Change the Living Room Lighting
Celia Vega September 02nd, 2018
* Will you add the room to the existing house?
Callie Anderson September 02nd, 2018
Do you have a very large living room with more than one seating area, but you prefer not to put down wall to wall carpeting? Your solution may be area rugs that will define each sitting area. The area rugs, which add color to your decor, look great on tile or hardwood floors.
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