Be Creative! The Must-Know Awesome Tips To Create Living Rooms

Most of the houses are extremely typical in layout. It’s the actual interior designing that sets most of them apart from each other, otherwise you’d have a huge cluster of homes that mirror each other in not only blueprints but also aesthetic. So today, we’ll be looking at 5 kinds of living rooms you usually see, and how you can customize their aesthetics.


1. The terrace side living room

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The narrow living area with one side open to the rest of the apartment and the other one open to a small terrace or balcony is one of the most common layouts you’ll ever find in a typical home. If you look at this image, you’ll see how a simple media wall treatment and unique furnishings can be your ticket away from the typical.



2. The backlit living room

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The living room layout with a large window at the back is another common layout. You can customize it with beautiful window coverings and a unique color come material palate. the more distinctive the whole set-up, the bigger impression your living area is going to make, as demonstrated by this image.



3. One-sided window

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The living room with a large window portal on one side is another typical layout form. You can customize it by making the most of your media wall design and placement along with decorating with unique furnishings. If your space allows, you can even opt for plush furniture that emulates a luxurious ambiance.



4. Classical posh

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Classical concepts are implemented very few and far between in most interior designs. Only if your living room layout is wide enough and can you implement it. When you do so, it’s best to go with an all-white color scheme and mirror cutwork to give your space the illusion of roominess by design.



5. Going a la mode

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Many times, a monochromatic style can work the best in giving typical living rooms that extra oomph. You can use a large variation of achromatic colors to get a sleek, elegant effect that rightfully sophisticated and elegant at the same time.

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