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Do you plan to move to an apartment? and confused about choosing the right living room interior design? Designing the interior of a living room in an apartment can be a challenge.
Unlike the house in general which has a living room and family room or TV room separately, inside the apartment, family room and family room generally become one.
The living room is the center of the house and also a family gathering place for chatting, watching TV together. In the family room, you can also place a work desk or playground for children.
To enhance the appearance of your living room and living room, here we present the design of the living room, the design of a small living room, and the design of a luxurious living room for your apartment.
1. Use Bright Colors
Bright colors can reflect the incoming light so that it gives a wider effect. That way, the living room will not be crowded and feels comfortable for you and your guests.
2. Select Legged Sofa
The legged sofa will make the display flow so the room does not look crowded. Choose a sofa with a slim model and avoid the big ones because it can block the display and the room so it doesn’t look ‘full’. In addition, having a legged sofa will make it easier for you to clean the floor below.
3. Leave The Open Room
In designing a small living room, choose low furniture and avoid bulkheads. Open space will give the impression of being spacious so that it is comfortable for the eyes. As a boundary between rooms, you can use a carpet to determine the area.
4. Paste The TV On The Wall
The TV that is embedded in the wall will reduce the stuffy impression in the small living room. In addition, the living room looks elegant and minimalist with this arrangement.
5. Take Advantage Of Every Corner Of The Room
The corner of the room is sometimes a neglected area. In fact, the corner of the room can be used as a place to put additional chairs or shelves. To give the impression of being relaxed, you can also put a small sofa to relax in this place.
6. Use a Larger Curtain
Place the curtain a few centimeters taller than the window rather than above the window frame. This will make the window appear higher. If you attach a curtain hanger above the width of the window on both sides, this will also make the window appear larger. A window that looks large will make a small living room look wider.