living room minimalist. Sunday , June 24th , 2018 - 01:58:29 AM
Always use light and soft colors when putting together a small living room. By using a series of creams, beige or a variety of subtle greens and violets, an aura of peace and tranquility can be established, making the space feel welcoming and safe.
On the front page of every glossy magazine we've all seen that image of a sleek, minimalistic living room, full of reflective, gleaming surfaces and with a very large flat panel TV screen centred on the wall. Whisper-thin sheer curtains flutter in the breeze as sunlight plays upon the white glossy furniture and laminate flooring. This is the look we aspire to achieve in our own homes, isn't it?
By now you may have got a hint of where I'm heading with all this! The fact is that hard surfaces are bad news for good sound. The restaurant example above illustrates perfectly how sound is bounced around off hard surfaces, creating unappealing volume and resonance. Extrapolate this to our picture of the 'ideal' living room so often depicted in glossy magazines and we can see that this minimalistic look, with lots of hard surfaces, will not seem quite so desirable once the surround sound is switched on!
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