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5 Tips That Will Help You Create a Cozy Living Room

April 18, 2019 at 12:38 pm Diana Smith 0 Interior Design, Tips & Tricks

Your environment should, as the name suggests, show off your personality, but the most important thing about one’s home is for it to feel comfortable. There are still some go-to general tips that everyone can benefit from when it comes to cozying up to their space, and especially the living room. After all, it’s paramount for the living room to feel pleasant and comfy, as it’s both a place where you want to relax and a high-traffic area of one’s home.

1. Pick a comfy sofa

A sofa may as well be an essential piece of living room furniture, and you should take your time picking out one that best fits your needs. What’s more, a sofa can be a useful focal point of the living room if you decide to go for a bolder design or color. This is a great way to add that personal and creative touch without having to opt for more vibrant wall colors. If you want to keep the walls rather neutral but still crave for some excitement in the way the room looks.

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2. Add some texture

The texture is a great way to make your living room cozier. For starters, you can use a sofa throw to make the already-mentioned piece even more comfortable and warmer. That’s not all, however. Decorative cushions can transform the look of your living room but also contribute to the overall comfort and coziness. Furthermore, you can play with rugs and curtains, as both design pieces and cozy accessories. In general, mixing different materials and textures is very trendy in the world of interior design so don’t hesitate to explore the possibilities that the said trend provides you with.

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3. Enjoy the homey scents

Aside from the comfy colors and materials, fragrances are also essential for the perfect homely feel of your living room. Of course, scents are very personal, so make sure to pick those that you find relaxing the most. In that sense, aromatic scented candles, incense burners, essential oils, and similar, can all fill your home with your favorite scents that will make your environment even more enjoyable and comforting. After all, scents are a significant part of stress-relieving techniques, and surrounding yourself with your favorite aromas at home can be very beneficial.

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4. Keep the things you love close

When you start arranging the layout of your living room, it’s crucial to create a setting that caters to the things you love. These can be books, movies, and TV shows, artist essentials, etc. You can play with your entertainment corner, reading nook, an artistic area and so on within your living room. But, if you’re lucky enough to have the space to separate these areas, you can still make sure that the main décor of your living room reflects the things you love the most. Shelves and gallery walls are perfect for this type of creative setup.

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5. Create proper lighting

Mood lighting is a must if you want to make sure that your living room is as welcoming as it can be. That said, a new lamp, and, even better – a dimmer switch – will allow you to create a relaxing ambient and enjoy the brightness however you see fit at that particular moment. Try to avoid using bulbs that emit overly white and cold light though, as this can be a bit harsh on the eyes.

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You should always try to follow your style in decorating and designing your living room. Still, do your best to keep the clutter at bay. In the end, a clutter-free environment will allow you to relax entirely and utilize the room’s potential 100% when it comes to comfort and coziness.

Diana Smith

Diana Smith is a full time mom of two beautiful girls simply in love with interior design and DIY projects. In her free time she enjoys exercising and preparing healthy meals for her family.

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