Many people ask us what they should do to decorate their living rooms. The truth is, there are no set rules when it comes to designing your living room. You can do whatever you want, so long as you follow the rules of decorating. Here are some eight styling tips for a bigger living room : Use your sofa as a centre table. A sofa or centre table gives you more space to spread out and mingle with other people. When you sit down, you spread out your legs, making it easier to talk with others. With a centre table, you don't have to put all your stuff on the floor. When people sit on the sofa, they can see each other while also spreading their legs for better conversation. Use tall chairs instead of the couch. A lot of people crowd into the living room and watch television or read a book. However, a chair will give you more room to sit comfortably. With tall chairs, you can even lie down and rest on them, which can be much more relaxing than a couch. Even if you have a small room, a few chairs placed in the corner will be enough to make it feel more spacious.
If you have a large living room, you can always go with a couch and oversized loveseat. This is a classic look that will never go out of style. Another thing about large furniture is that it takes up less space. Even if you don't have a lot of space, you can still make the room feel bigger by adding a big comfy sofa. You can also buy a big entertainment centre to prop up your TV or DVD player if you need some more comfort. Hang more pictures in the room. You might have many photos, but if they're all in the same place, they'll look like one big photo and not separate ones. Having pictures in the room will make everything else in the room seem unimportant and disjointed. No matter how small your living room is, there are plenty of styling tips to help you create the space of your dreams. Just remember that it's okay to let your room size dictate certain aspects of the design, so don't feel like you need to be too small. As long as you're not too crowded, the rest will take care of itself!