These Low-Cost Design Tips Will Revive Your Living Room

Dated: November 16 2021

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Are you tired of your current living room layout? It’s tempting to splurge on new furnishings, but that is not always practical or necessary. Before heading out to the furniture store, check out these easy ways to revitalize your current setup without spending any money.

Switch Up Your Seating Arrangement
One of the simplest ways to change the look of your living space is to rearrange your current seating arrangement. If you have a large living room, consider pulling your couch and chairs inward by at least six inches to create a more inviting and intimate space.

If your living room is small, avoid placing seating right up against walls. This can actually make your room appear confined. Instead, pull seating forward by just a few inches. You can also place seating at an angle to create the illusion of a larger space.

Add Height to Your Room
If you have a bookcase, armoire, or other tall piece of furniture, consider using it in your living room. Tall furniture can be used in corners or against large walls to make your ceiling appear higher. This trick instantly adds height to any room and is also practical. You can store decorative items on bookcase shelves to tie the room together or fill them with cubbies for a chic storage solution.

Repurpose Old Furniture
Most people have a piece of furniture that they just don’t know what to do with. It never seems to look right in any room and often times winds up in the garage collecting dust. If you can relate to this, it may be time to give that piece of furniture a new purpose.

There are many creative ways to repurpose furniture. For starters, you can paint it to give it a fresh look. For tall or bulky furniture, consider painting it the same color as the walls in your home. This trick is used by interior designers to instantly create a more uniform look that is easier on the eyes.

Another way to breathe new life into furniture is to remove unnecessary components. This trick works especially well on furniture with doors. By removing these dispensable parts, you can turn your piece of furniture into something new, such as a modern storage cubby or plant stand.

Get Rid of Clutter
Clutter not only gets in the way but also can make you feel more irritable. If your living room has become more like a dumping ground, getting rid of the clutter may be the change you need. Clutter is distracting to the eye and can ruin the look of any interior design.

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