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Styling a large living room or a big bedroom involves understanding the elements of the house including the size, pattern as well as measurement of the area. All these elements bring the pieces together. It then completes the whole look. There are various ways to decorate a large room, including large sofas with area rugs, planters alongside the tall window frames as well as tall bookcases that complement other accessories. It is advisable to experiment with space but not go overboard with it. Balancing the elements would help make your space look well put and well arranged. Add your style to it with family photos and build an accent wall.
The decoration process might get overwhelming for a lot of people. Here are a few expert tips to help you style your large room:
For a big room interior design, it's advisable to designate spaces based on utility such as a reading area, or a lounge area. It helps in utilizing the space as well as bringing different aesthetics according to the space requirements. Add some quirky accessories to enhance the look.
Experimenting with the look of the space can also make room for quick changes whenever it is required. Rearranging sofas, as well as dressers, become easier with this process. You can also redesign any corner according to its functionality.
A room might look scattered if there are a lot of furniture arranged together to fill up a large area. It becomes easier to arrange small furniture around the big statement furniture such as curtains and tall cupboards or dressers. Add small planters to finish the earthy-toned look.
The size of the room and the furniture should be well balanced to make your room look complete. Often, the ceilings look empty if the furniture is smaller in size. In such a case, build an accent wall with artwork and DIY crafted wall art to create texture on the wall.
Match pillow cushion colors and patterns to create a well-balanced look. Mix and match different elements including the furniture material as well as the design of the accessories. Place small accessories with big ones and mix-match bright and dark colors across the room with drapes and wall art.
Add your personal touch to space with simple artwork, or family and friend’s photos across the wall, or bedroom nightstand and even the dining space. Keeping it minimal would require arranging small and big accessories in a way that doesn’t overpower the mood and ambience of the room.