Published at Thursday, 17 May 2018. Living Room. By Louise Labossia.
Zen Design: The word Zen is often associated with a very tranquil and serene atmosphere. By creating a Zen themed living space you will be able to ensure that the room is conducive to relaxation. A zen room design would incorporate basic elements such as water and light to create a natural relaxed setting.
The principles of feng shui dictate that you never place furniture close to the doors that are used to enter a living room. Even if you don't buy the whole Eastern philosophy thing this is a rule that really makes a lot of sense for an illusion of spaciousness. But you need to pick furniture that isn't overlarge. A medium-sized or compact sofa can seat people just as well as a larger example it can leave a lot of breathing room behind in the room. Not having a lot of space to lay out a living room never meant compromising on style. The style part is something that is purely up to you.
Multi Purpose. Some designs are set up so that the room can be a multi purpose room. There may be some consideration given to reading areas television and other media areas and even simple seating for eating in the space. These multi purpose designs are popular for small spaces especially in apartments. There are a lot of ways that these designs provision for separate areas. The areas can be divided up with the use of furniture or book cases and wall units. Many times soft walls are often used to divvy up the spaces. This type of design is the perfect solution for smaller homes that need the space to be multi functional.
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