Published at Sunday, February 17th, 2019 - 13:26:00 PM. Furniture. By Adalwin Haas.
Understand Scale. Scale (as applied to furniture in our living room) relates to the size of a furniture piece in relation to the room in which it will be housed. For instance a large sofa (96” long by 40” deep and 36”high) would be considered large scale for most living rooms (average living rooms are around 12 x 18. Whereas a settee with dimensions of 56” long x 30” deep x 30” high (perfect for tucking in a corner in an ”average” living room) might be lost in a large living room (15 x 20 or larger). Neither is necessarily wrong in either location. The more accurate question centers around how the piece will be used in either space and what will be used around it. A large sofa tucked into a small room (sofa and end tables basically running wall to wall) can conjure a space that is deeply personal and intimate. So dont fret over the scale of your existing pieces. Just understand what you have and how it relates to the room in which it will be housed.
Fama allows people to stay within their decorating budget and will let them have the designs that they want. Colorful rooms and more are very important. Everybody will have different styles available to them depending on what showroom they are at, but whatever they are looking at will be something that is going to amaze them. Contemporary furniture can be brightly colored or have lower tones to them. Not everybody wants to have the bright colors in their home. Many college dorms can use bright colors in the decorating, because the young adults love it.
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