Melody Wooten. living room minimalist. June 26th , 2018.
There are so many different vibes that people want to give off starting in their living rooms. The key is to know how to approach it. Your choice of living room furniture is cental in giving off that vibe and creating just the right atmosphere to still make people feel comfortable and at home.
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!
The minimalist look is deceptive and tricky - it may seem like it is a simple thing to do because it requires less pieces and more clean lines. But pulling it off is actually tricky because your goal is not to make the living room look bare - this is not really what being minimalist is about. The best thing to do to pull off the minimalist look is to get a few statement furniture pieces and arrange them in your living room. Keep your colors solid - never go for patterns. Choose shades that are neutral and basic. Also, your wall colors should be in the ranges of whites, beiges, or solid blacks and grays.
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