Let’s talk about some Bright Living Room Design Ideas today.
I was talking with a friend the other day and he told me he sold his one bedroom apartment because he felt it was too small, dark and crowded. Off course I got mad, how can you say that a living room of 5×4 meters with a 3 meter giant window is small and crowded?! There are so many tricks and tips out there so many Bright Living Room Design Ideas , he would have been very happy with his place if only he would have searched the internet for “make small space look bigger” or “living room tips” or “Brighten Your Living Room” or even “Man Cave” as in this article here.
There are a lot of things you can do:
Here are some Bright Living Room Design Ideas if you feel you live in a dark space.
Look closer at your home and discover what’s creating the dark feeling.
Get rid of the bulky furniture and let the room breath and fill with natural light.
Possibly the current paint color scheme and dark furniture is making your interiors feel like a black hole.
Investing in furniture that serves many functions is a simple way to streamline a room. How about a sofa with storage space. Also I am always drawn to the idea of building shelving around and over.
Dark colors are definitely design-friendly, but they make a room appear smaller. Stick to pale colors such as white, cream, pale grays and blues to keep it light, airy and open.
Why not go for white sofas, all bright living room design ideas have this. They will brighten the place and they make it very easy to incorporate any other color in the room.
One of the most common mistake people make is buying dark drapes no matter the size of the window or the room. Why not leave your windows uncovered. This will trick your eyes into thinking that your pad’s got depth and reveal the natural landscape outside.
If you want a wallpaper accent wall, then keep the rest of the room simple, preferably white. If you need that huge oil painting in your living room, than make sure it’s the only art in the room. Resist the temptation, you do need blank empty walls!!
My friends problem was bulky furniture and dark grey paint on the walls in his living room. Also his bedroom was crowded because of his king size bed and huge closet.
To bad he sold his apartment, he could have done beautiful things with it.