Living Room. Published at Friday, January 04th 2019, 03:51:50 AM by Michael.
Family rooms actually the important part of house which should concern more about the design and furniture arrangement. Different with bedroom, as also the ambience bring up over the bedroom is need to be considered, the condition on the place where you usually gather around with your family also have to be considered too. Not only the furniture chosen to be used, furniture arrangement, lighting, but you also have to prepare well on the decoration use on the wall as well as the wall color too. However, the very first standard you should put into yours is the comfortable ambience, which already spread up over the rooftop.
Family Rooms in Shabby Chic Style
If you want to have different ambience here than another part of your house, you can apply the shabby chic style on there. This style actually looks similar with the vintage, like the uses of soft-color as the dominant color, the old-fashioned and last century-look for the furniture chose. Yet, you will feel way more comfortable because the shabby chic somehow have another romantic and back-to-old-memories kind of thing. That is why, you can automatically replay each of your nice memory and spit them out while you have nice conversation with your family member. Well, that seems to be interesting way to re-tell your childhood memory, right?
Furniture Chosen for the Rooms
This step also relate with the importance on why you should go after the right theme for the room. As you have already applied the shabby chic into yours, it will better as if you go after for the nice home furniture which can strengthen the last century-ambience into your room. Anyway, to increase the comfortableness inside yours, you can use the puffy comfy sofas or puff fur carpet as the center attention on your room.
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