The living room is often the focal point of every house and many people spend the most time, energy and money on perfectly decorating the living room. There are many living room interior ideas that designers work with or work around, depending on the available space, the entire aspect of the house and of course, your tastes and preferences. However, there are also many other factors that influence the choice of design. So, all of the interior design concepts presented can be adjusted to your own preferences, and to the size and structure of your living room. That way you will enjoy a maximized effect.
One of the first living room interior ideas that would make it most chic and trendy is represented by geometric patterns. A geometric patterned living room is quite unique also, due to the fact that few people actually dare to mix patterns, such as ikats, trellis or even florals. But the trick to doing so and doing so well is to select a color theme and stick to it. This doesn’t mean you have to do the entire living room one color, but simply stick to a maximum of three colors that blend in perfectly with one another.
It is also wise to use large swaths of consolidated colors in order to anchor the space, which means choosing the big furniture items, such as the sofa, the armchairs or anything else you want to place in the living room, pattern free. You can mix the patterns within the pillows, drapes, carpet and other decor items, as long as you keep in mind the trick mentioned above. However, if you want your living room to be more airy, then patterns are not the best idea for you.
A light and airy living room can be achieved through a careful selection of furnishing, in order to prevent it from weighing the space down. A wall made entirely of windows, can be a huge help in that direction, as well as Lucite dining chairs or an open weave coffee table. As mentioned above, there are numerous living room interior ideas for chic and stylish rooms, therefore it all comes down to you tastes, likes and dislikes.
If you want to mix tradition with modern concepts, then you can fill your living room with old standby silhouettes, such as bamboo chairs and Chesterfield sofas. Use super saturated colors to gain a modern effect over these vintage furnishings, such as lime green or ocean blue.