living room minimalist. Saturday , June 23rd , 2018 - 20:22:52 PM
If you are thinking of separating the areas of a living-room according to their functions, you should do this by combining different kinds of finishes, different colours and different textures. The space in your living-room should be flexible and it should adapt to the function you want it to have very quickly. Whether the kitchen is an open or a closed room, the place where you serve your meals should be either a continuation of the kitchen or a specialized area of the room. Here is a complex relationship between two main functions of your home. The ease area or the discussion area becomes the centre of mass of the living-room, the other areas of this room being subordinated to this one. This spatial subordination can also be obtained through the finishes you make, through lights and furniture, all of these being subordinated to the spatial concept you have in mind.
Vibe #2: "I like to get dressed up no matter what the event is."
Now imagine that you have gone out for a romantic dinner. You've managed to get a table at that chic restaurant that's the latest in town and where everyone wants to be seen. Imagine your annoyance when instead of murmuring softly to your partner across the table, you are forced to raise your voice to be heard above the surrounding clatter. It's then that you notice the wooden floors and tables, the lack of curtains at the restaurant windows, the mirrors on the painted walls...
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