Wednesday 26th, July 2017 11:44:04: AM, Living Room.
Imagine changing your living room into a comfy little den complete with furniture that sports motifs and scroll work. And, a quick work at polishing them would do wonders.
A crystal chandelier, decorative pieces and the like will also make your living room look traditional.
Adding to them, rich hued plus roundly embroidered drapes would usher in the traditional charm by all means. If you recall, we all used to – and still do – adore our furniture plus curtain attires made out of velvet, silk or brocade. The tempting presence the traditional stuff brings into your living rooms is beyond compare.
Try escorting back the classic couches made out of teak, walnut or mahogany, and you will know what it means to recline in those royal seats.
Anything that introduces the elusive old age charm to your living room is bound to make you love it. If you do have the habit of keeping those sepia painted pictures of your ancestral home, it would be easier to understand what it means to live around those delightful old furniture designs plus drapes.
You can also append to the traditional lure by selecting dissimilar bold hues for your living room walls. But when you do that, make sure the colors stand well with your taste and that of the visitors too.
You can hurl in knick knacks made of silver, brass or wrought iron on the shelves and on window sills. Plus, wooden side tables as well as opulently done coffee tables would look nice. Remember, we once had those tables plus couches that rested on carved in conjunction with bent legs? Try and bring in some additional bit of old world back to your living room, if you can.
There is not any uncertainty about the fact that the old world living rooms ooze ultimate charm. Classic stuff escort in a classic touch to your home’s interiors.
Being contemporary might be in, but things that offer you the ultimate happiness could always be the traditional ones. That is also true in the case of your family rooms, too. Try escorting back the olden day magic to your living rooms and you would agree with what we say — remember how Steve Jobs was famous for saying ‘What is the purpose of a sofa?