If you’re looking for tips to create a relaxing living room, you’ve come to the right place. Today, it’s a necessity to have relaxing spaces in your home that allow you to unwind from the stress of your working day. What better way to relax than by adapting your living room so you can enjoy special moments with family and friends?
Use flowers and plants
When you grow indoor plants you absorb their vitality and freshness. You can choose plants with or without flowers and even combine a variety in your living room, depending on your choice. In addition to the pleasant sensations, they give us, taking care of them and guaranteeing their well-being is often considered therapy.
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Work the light
Nothing beats natural light to improve the mood and create a tranquil atmosphere. However, for apartments with little or no sunlight, a mix of lights, which will allow you to control the intensity and the areas to be lighted, is a great alternative. A combination of indirect and diffused lighting, such as floor lamps, uplighters, downlighters and table lamps, works well in creating a warm ambience. Avoid harsh fluorescent lights and strong direct overhead lighting.
Paint with soothing colors
Another of the tips that we’ve got for you to help you create a relaxing living room has to do with the colors of the paint. As explained by different approaches related to the psychology of color, these influence emotional aspects.
Keep furniture simple
Excessive ornamentation and intricate detail in your sofas and other pieces of furniture can feel overpowering. That is not to say one cannot sink into deep, plush sofas. Furniture characterised by simple, clear lines and made of natural materials brings a sense of warmth and relaxation.
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Living room textiles
Making the living room a relaxing space includes adapting it in such a way that we want to spend time there. For this, you can make use of different textile ornaments such as rugs, cushions and blankets. Especially if your living room is somewhat cold.
In this way, you’ll not only get a relaxing living room, but it’ll also motivate you to spend time there, enjoy a book or take care of your plants.
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