Living Room Design Trends

Living Room Design Trends | Lissette Ellerbe | LRB Design Studios |Virtual Home Staging

Living Room Design Trends

The living is room one of the most used rooms in your house and its decoration is essential to captivate those who step foot in it while also staying on trend. Read on to discover the latest trends in living room design while also adding some new features that make your home unique to you. Bold

Plants

Situating big plants into your living room can make eye-catching statements. However, be mindful of how much sunlight and water they need, and let that guide you on where to place them in your living room.

Painted Ceilings

Homeowners are starting to become daring as they are taking into consideration painting the ceiling of their rooms. When choosing to paint, keep in mind the 10-30-60 rule. For example, 60% is the main color of the room taking most of the walls and large accent furniture. The 30% is the secondary color that takes up about half of the color in the room and includes items like draperies and small accent chairs. The remaining 10% is the accent color and takes up the colors in your throw pillows and other small decorative pieces.

Bold Colors

Colors like burnt orange, deep red, blues, and navy are becoming popular when decorating. Make sure there is balance by adding more neutral colors such as white or gray.

Geometric

Geometric patterns are becoming popular in livings rooms by using them in coffee tables, carpets, and wallpapers. They will make a room more alluring and aesthetically pleasing. You can also incorporate this pattern on your floors or even a large area rug.

Multi-Functional Spaces

The “less is more attitude” is also making a statement. Your living room can incorporate furniture that can be used for other purposes, such as using an ottoman as a storage place. Your living room can also serve as a tiny bedroom by getting sofa beds.

Metallic

Bronze, chrome, gold have the touch to make your living room look luxurious. One of the ways to incorporate them is through your furniture with metallic legs and other minimal decorative objects.

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