So you’re looking to change up the look of your living room but you’re not too sure how? Completely redesigning a room seems like far too much work, or money. Even just getting a new sofa may be too much of a stretch. If you’re looking for a new feel for your living room, but you’re not too sure where to start – don’t worry. There are so many little changes you can do to make it feel like an entirely different space.
Carry on reading to inspire you interior imagination.
Here’s a bright idea: get more floor lamps for your lounge. They’re both functional and decorative. Cox & Cox offer a gorgeous range of lamps for your home. Atmospheric lighting is a key cornerstone in creating ambience in a room, particularly during this time of year when it gets dark so early. Floor lamps offer versatile lighting choices, you can move to them to create just the right mood for your living room – they immediately make a room feel cosy. Turn off the ceiling lights and bask in the warmth of floor lamps. Plus they can act as a statement piece in your lounge, drawing the eye and creating conversation.
You don’t need to break the bank when it comes to revamping your interior design. Soft furnishings are easy on your budget, but nonetheless can make a big difference in the look and feel of a room. Say for instance, rather than investing in a new sofa, you could buy some new cushions. Or perhaps a patterned throw. Or make a change from blinds to curtains. You could create an entirely new colour scheme from the soft furnishings alone. They even stretch to the floor. If the carpet is looking a bit tired, you could revamp it with a rug. You will be amazed at how quickly it can feel like a brand new room.
Artwork can be a fantastic way of adding a new pop of colour to your room. It gives you so much opportunity to experiment in your living room. You can explore various eras of art and see which ones suit your style. Buy what you love. Don’t be afraid to mix high and low brow together to create artwork that reflects you. It doesn’t matter if it’s a combination of postcards and famous pieces – it can all fit together to show off your interests and taste.