by Marketing Tapart April 05, 2022
You know, we all have empty spaces that are sometimes too small for an accent chair or way too big for just a side table. If these empty spaces are making you uncomfortable, the good news is that there are plenty of ideas for filling them without cluttering your living room.
Here are some ideas to help you transform neglected looks in your living room into an inviting and functional spot, thus making it beautiful.
Whether your kids do their homework at home or you are working from home, there is always a need to have a workspace to use. The workspace should not be too imposing, but this is an excellent idea to use your living room's unused corner.
Having a floating desk that doubles as a reading desk with a bookcase above can help change how your room looks. This design does not have unnecessary floor space and provides plenty of room to work. You can also soften up the space with a suitable chair, a lamp, and floors that fit your décor.
You can turn the empty corner into a gallery wall by hanging pieces of artwork together. First, decide which prints, paintings, or fabric will go with your scheme, then take your decorating cues. If you want to create a statement with the gallery wall, you can opt for a minimalist approach. You can do so by matching and mixing different frame types.
If you want a cost-effective and simple way to fill your living room corner, a houseplant could be the best option. We cannot deny that indoor plants can create a great focal point. If nature and sustainability interest you, you can consider the extraordinary benefits that houseplants have. This includes its ability to not only improve the quality of your life but also how it can brighten the corner of your living room.
For most families, having a living room is essential for facilitating movie nights with family and friends. The problem is that we don't at times have the space to dedicate a whole wall for the tv. Though the rules of symmetry demand that a TV sits at the center of the wall, this should always not be the case. If you do not want it to disrupt the rest of your décor, you can position it on your empty corner.
Having a seat at the window of your living room corner is a great idea. It has multiple uses, one, it can be used for storage purposes and can also provide a seating place for reading, eating, or simply enjoying the view beyond your window.
When designing a window seat, consider the proportions. It should not be too skinny as they might be uncomfortable. Hight is also important to provide substantial storage, but not too high that the site can get on or off.
Do not let empty living room corners affect your living room design. Instead, take these tips and have a well-curated space.
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