home decor. Saturday , June 10th , 2017 - 18:36:02 PM
More often than not, people prefer dim yellow lighting in an outdoor space. Irrespective of the expanse, the dim lighting creates a warm, cozy feel to the space. How you induce this lighting can vary. Since the outdoor space is more decorative than utilitarian, use fancy light fixtures to define the space. Wall mounted fixtures, hanging lamps and lanterns, and string lights are all the various types of lights you can use to light up this space. You may also use candles as a form of outdoor lighting.
Of course, you don't necessarily want the room to be ugly (although sometimes you might); but you have to decide ahead of time just how much impact you want. If you did the entire room in those same shades of gold and sky blue, the impact would be enormous and easily overpowering. But if the room was eighty percent sky blue with gold accents, the effect would be much different. The discordant color scheme doesn't even have to be room-scale at all―try a monochromatic sky blue room, with a large gold area rug as the only non-blue accent. The gold area is large and definitely noticeable, but localized and nonthreatening.
Divide the room into two by the method of furniture grouping. If the room is very large, create something by combining the living room and the dining room. If the room has a fireplace or a window, place a love-seat with two small chairs near it. In the next corner, place the television set and a sofa, which will form an entertainment space. You can also add a small coffee table near the sofa. Place an ottoman or an easy chair near the third corner, or anywhere near the window.
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