You Need some ideas on how to decorate the living room. The usual 4 wall rooms facing the street. There is a front door on the same wall where there is a large window, covering most of the walls and has wooden floors and there should be room for a computer desk.
Hope this helps you in decorating the room, try to use things that will reflect you. Start by choosing colors for the wall that you really like, and maybe add a print border at the top, saying something about you. For example, if you love flowers, or cats, or outdoors. Then place the items in the room that reflect the things you like. Maybe you like horses. You might find different types of horse models, or carousel horses, all over the room, mixing with something you like. The trick to decorate a room that you like, is to keep it personal. Make it yours And have fun doing it.
Please include: 1] room dimensions or floor plan 2] all doors, windows, fixtures [ fireplace, etc. ] 3] any other furniture you plan to use 4] floor done? [ carpet, wood, etc. ] 5] fav styles [ modern, contemporary, french, Tuscany, etc. ] 6] 2 – 3 fav colors 7] what do you plan to use this room for? TV, music, reading, entertaining, etc.
1] make a graph of the house plan, and any furniture you have. Check sizes and wall measurements before you buy. 1] living room – sofa or love seat, and at least one comfy chair; shelves or cabinet for TV, stereo, music; side or coffee table for beverages [ use a trunk for a coffee table ], hanging lamp[s]. Use three colors and only 2 different prints for a small room [ as in pictures and pillows.] Put a mirror over the sofa or opposite the window to reflect light, making LR look more spacious. One big rug is good, not several small. One large picture, or several small in a row or a group looks nice. 2] bedroom – platform bed with storage [ check size of room to see if you can use a queen or full in there]; two dressers [ his and hers seems to work best ]. If you have one big wall for head of bed, try putting each dresser on either side of the bed as night tables. Or, put mirrored dresser opposite the window. Add a large, restful picture over the bed. Use shelf dividers on closet shelf. You can store hats, handbags, bed linens, etc. 3] kitchen – check all shelf space, and go to a store for storage ideas [ Container Store; Walmart; Bed, Bath, and Beyond, etc. ] Try to get all small appliances and canisters, etc., in one color or one and a print. A small table and chairs is great for a tiny kitchen. Add a tablecloth or place mats that match other color or print. 4] bath – if it has a linen closet, great. Use top shelf for medicine or personal products, and bottom for cleaners, toilet tissue, and paper towels. [ Use a milk crate to separate cleaners from other items.] Again, use one color and/or print to accessorize.
Do you have a house in your path that always wins the environmental prize for the best page views on Christmas day? They may have some inflatable Christmas ornaments in their yard, roof, or porch. These blow-ups come in all traditional sizes, characters, and colors to dress your home or business during the holiday season.
Inflatable Christmas decorations are very visible, lively, new stuff that adds excitement and fun to your office, holiday events, parade, or front yard. They are basically giant nylon or vinyl balloons. You can buy it deflated in a bag, then expand it for seasonal use. Inflatables is a perfect choice for Christmas, as they can be tucked comfortably in your closet or garage until December.
Electric pumps accompanied new Christmas inflatable ornaments. These pumps are similar to those that inflate a mattress or pond raft. This is a powerful fan with a nozzle attached to one or two valves on the decoration. Within minutes, the pump will fill the Christmas ornamental inflatable with ordinary air until it reaches full size. The figure sticks to the ground with a bet and a tie.