There’s just something irresistible about hotel lounges. What if you take the hotel out of the picture – and just bring that feeling home with you? Group your furniture to open up the room Placing furniture together has a way of creating places of comfort. Instead of leaving pieces along the walls, cluster them to open up the room. Let a tone-on-tone color scheme add harmony and style – and dare to leave a beautiful wall completely bare.
Use curtains to control the light Layered curtains offer a stylish, flexible way to control light and temperature. Use rods, here with a curtain combination of sheer SPARVÖRT and thicker SANELA. Somber pastels add to the mood, and a thick rug completes your cozy spot in the light. Stylish simplicity There’s no need to fill shelves until they’re completely packed. Instead you can use empty spaces to highlight what’s on display.
A living and dining space with wood floor. Consider nesting tables that can expand when in use and fold up. If you’re thinking of redesigning your lounge or living room, take your cue from these living room layout tips to create a room that’s practical and looks good, too. Style your living room decor, with a range of ideas. Arrange furniture to suit the way you use your living room. If you’re more likely to lounge in front of the fireplace than sit on a sofa, keep a supply of oversize floor pillows.