Adding a mirror on one of the walls of your room is always a good idea. Would you like to change the appearance of your living room entirely and have a much more comfortable spacious ambiance? To achieve it you can try to cover a whole surface with one huge mirror or multiple smaller mirrors. When covering a whole surface, mirrors reflect light and not only illuminate your living room they also reflect the environment itself and create a perception of a living room two times larger. Furthermore, you can create a perception of your living room having an additional window by placing the mirror so that it reflects the windows or you can place the mirror across a source of light.
Keeping the Decorative Objects at a Minimum Level
One of the most pleasant details of decorating your living room is when you display souvenirs. However, filling the tops of coffee tables, shelves, and units with those objects will make your living room look dense and narrow. Eliminating those objects and only displaying a few of them will highlight the most precious ones and help you have a much more comfortably spacious living room. Selecting minimalist design pendant lighting and embroideries on the wall surface is a similar approach for achieving a more comfortable space.
Limiting Colours Used
Surely there is excitement in using various colors and using furniture that has striking colors enlivens the environment. However, it is useful to stick with one or two colors and use them for the entire living room. If you wish, you can prefer using different shades of one particular color. To add excitement to your living room decoration you can use dramatic patterns in detail such as carpets, curtains, and wallpapers. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to use only light shade colors. Every color of your desire is preferable if used in this approach.
Blending Colours and Composing Airiness
You don’t have to show a dour minimalist approach for a commodious living room decoration. Putting effort into minimizing the visual encumbrance of some heavy and obtrusive objects is sufficient to provide space. You can paint such furniture the same as the walls, choose simpler objects, and prefer materials such as plexiglass. Thus, you create a light-minded visual perception.