Laney Morris. living room minimalist. June 26th , 2018.
Just by adding some soft furnishing touches in the right places in our own living rooms, we can considerably improve the sound quality from even the most basic of sound systems. The added benefit is that we can still keep a minimalistic 'clean-look' to our home space by understanding how different surfaces affect and modify sound waves. A mix of 'absorption' surfaces (curtains, rug etc) and 'diffusion' surfaces (bookcase, wall unit etc) will make a difference, and the beauty of this solution is that you can move and change the positions of most of these suggestions until you find the right mix for your room. Go ahead and give it a try in your home!
Seating furniture is the most striking component of any living room. However, instead of going for a huge and bulky sofa set, get loveseats, ottomans and lounge chairs. A mix and match of these pieces not only looks unique, attractive and minimalistic, it also consumes lesser space and provides diverse sitting options. Whites, beiges, greys and blacks are the ideal colours for seating furniture. Throw a splash of colour using lots of cushions.
This is the type of person who wants people to appreciate who he or she is and what his or her personality is like even before setting foot on any other part of the house. If this is your overall goal, then the best thing to do is to personalize your living room! Add a shelf to put in all of your personal photo albums so that guests may look through them. Add funky and colorful picture frames containing photos of you, your families, and friends, and place them in different parts of the living room. Just be careful not to go overboard, as your living room may end up looking like a museum of yourself.
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