Spruce Up Your Living Room with These Essential Tips

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Adding dazzle and a new interesting look to your home, specifically your living room, may not be as hard as you think it is. You can instantly change and create a homey or interesting vibe for your living room with simple decorating tips.

The living room is considered as one of the most important areas in your home to invest in. Guests usually stay in this area when they visit you and your family. And as for the whole family, there’s also a lot of time spent in the living room, to just spend time together or be able to catch up with one’s daily activities. You can make your friends and families adore your newly redecorated living room with these helpful tips.

  1. Unique Wall Art
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Interesting wall art, not necessarily the expensive ones, can bring a different kind of vibe into your home. It can be an abstract painting or a realistic one. The more unique the wall art is, the more likely that it will be a conversation starter in your living room. You can also opt for brightly colored wall art to brighten up your living room.

  1. Little Unique Details
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A leather pillow, teapots, or books stacked creatively on your living room center table, will bring a chic and cozy atmosphere into your room. You can also opt for a unique centerpiece or table runner if you have kids who may pick little trinkets lying around your living room area.

  1. Seating options
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The couch is a common feature inside your living room. For more creative seating options, you can also include a hammock, several ottomans, or bean bags in your living room. Think of comfort over style and you’ll be surprised to see your living room becoming the most favorite space inside your home.

  1. Mirrors
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Mirrors will make rooms bigger and brighter. You can hang it on the wall or have a full body mirror beside your door. Everyone can have a last check of their OOTD before leaving the house, thanks to your genius additional furniture.

  1. Plants
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Keep the flower vases in the kitchen and opt for green living plants in your living room. Place it beside a window or near your television screen for that eco-friendly feel inside your living area.

  1. Awnings
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Outdoor window awnings can also do the trick to change the look of your living room. You can check outdoor window awnings via Blinds Online to get more ideas on how to decorate these fixtures in your homes. Add a splash of color by choosing bright colors or natural tones for your window awnings.

  1. Detailed lighting
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You can add a few pin button lights to make your living room brighter if your budget permits it. If not, you can also opt to use side table lamps with interesting prints. A tall side lamp would also look great in the living room and is a wise option if you do not have kids around.

  1. Bookshelves
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You can place a little bookshelf at your living room wall where you can stack coffee table books your guests and families can look at from time to time. You can even have your family pictures placed in this space instead of books if you feel like doing so.

These ideas are great and noticeable changes that you can incorporate in your living rooms. The good thing about these options is that they’re budget friendly as well, so you have everything to gain and practically nothing to lose with these home improvement ideas.

Need more design tips and inspiration? Check these out:

5 Interior Design Tips to Improve the Look of your Living Room (Emily Reviews)

8 Free Ways to Instantly Make Your Living Room Look a Little Bit Better (Apartment Therapy)


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