A small living room is not a big problem nowadays. We know that the growing population can do that. Thus, home designers come up with solutions that can fill your living room without being stuffy. Let’s look at how to decorate a small living room.
1. Add Living Colors
White is a common thing for a small space, but living colors? Living colors are bright, and something bright always reflects light. I don’t want to fill my house with white, but for living colors, I’d say yes.
As the name suggests, they can liven things up, especially when mixed with other colors. Opt for colorful cushions, wall art, and rugs. You can also make those living colors into life by placing some pots of colorful flowers, like daffodils and tulips.
2. Go Vertical behind the Sofa
There is always room around the sofa. People usually fill it with jars that take up a lot of space and don’t work. Why don’t you fill it with bookshelves? Arrange several books on certain sides. Then add some decorations such as a table clock, vase and a set of tea above the rest if you want. This is a cunning but effective way to add height and visual interest to the room.
3. Live with Minimalism
Minimalist furniture always fits in a small space. Minimalist furniture is that made of thin, but strong frame materials like metal. And when decorating a small living room, you need to think of minimalism concept.
If you live alone in an apartment, having an LDK room won’t hurt anyone. Choose furniture with colors that are suitable when paired together. Then size the room up with mirrors.
4. Practical Furniture
Practicality and functional are friends in small spaces. That means every furniture should be both decorative and valuable. If you live by yourself in an apartment, opt for a pullout sofa that doubles as a bed. You can also use a pullout table that hides a small coffee one. Thus, the room can be both a bedroom and a living room. Put a bookshelf, and it triples as a reading room. Decorating a small living room should be fun activities for singles or young couples. Ready to try these ideas?