Decorating Details for the Traditional Living Room It's often the small decorating touches and details that can make or break a room's style. A well-placed art sculpture, decorative clock or interesting wall shelf can add a lot of visual interest to a room. Creating a focal point can also be a great way to define a room's style. A large potted tree, a collection of framed family portraits, or an oversized art print can all serve as a focal point. Even if your apartment features wall-to-wall carpeting, you might want to consider an area rug. Strategically placed rugs can add a very traditional look to a room, while also serving to visually unite seating areas and room design features. By adding traditional styling details to your sleek high-rise apartment living room, you'll be able to create a cozy living space that you'll love coming home to.
Asian styles can include a variety of colors and textures. For Japanese, go for a calm, meditative look. Soft blue, gray, brown, or green will complement subtly used hints of brighter colors and flowers were artwork. Chinese style can be achieved using bold colors such as red or gold to accent dark woods.
Color the Ceiling; Color the Floor When it comes to the living room, think more than the walls. You can paint the ceiling as well as the floor in beautiful colors to welcome the guests with a riot of colors.
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