The living room is one of the most important spaces in your home. Whether you’re creating a child’s nursery or creating a space for date night, a living room has it all to offer. From natural walls to lighting and furniture, the living room has it all from here.
Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to design your living room with style and functionality at the same time. Keep reading for everything you need to know about designing your favorite room in your home, and what products you should look out for when choosing wall materials.
The only problem? How much can you actually buy while still naming yourself an expert designer?
Start with the Basics
What are you supposed to call your living room? It’s the room where you spend the most time with your family, right? It’s also the room where you spend the most time socializing with friends, having meals together, and having fun with your friends. It’s the room where you spend the most time relaxing and having fun with your family. So, you deserve to have something nice, durable, and easy to clean in there. If you go the extra mile and add a few favorite posters and a few books to the wall, it’s likely to improve. If the walls are a little thin, don’t worry; it’s not a major problem. As long as they fit the room well and are long-lasting, you’re fine.
Look for Materials that are ‘Sticky’
Sticky materials are those materials that stick around when you move in. They are good for bigger projects like the living room, but not for the bedroom. Sticky materials are used to provide a solid foundation to support the extended structure of the walls. They should be able to be removed with a scuffing and chipping mat, but they should be able to be removed with a scrubbing (not chipping) sponge. You should also be able to remove some of these materials with a mat, but be careful not to drop them. This can lead to loose rocks and dirt flecks in your favorite colors.
Decide Where You Want Your Walls to Appear
The walls in your living room are the backbone of your house. They should be able to be removed with a scrubbing and chipping mat, but they shouldn’t be able to be removed with a scrubbing sponge. The walls should be able to be painted, but you shouldn’t have to keep scrubbing them to get it out. You shouldn’t have to replace your entire wall when you remove it, but you should be able to remove some of the strongest walls in the house and their supporting columns. Avoid choosing materials that are hard to remove or that are too pricey.
Avoid Low-Quality Materials
Don’t go too overboard with the colors. Don’t go overboard with the design. Avoid buying materials that are ‘sticky’ or that will stick around once you move in. Natural materials like cork, stone, and wooden floors are great for home design. But if you want an impact of color and design across your entire home, consider looking at cheaper materials. Some woods, such as cork, are natural, but some colors, like red and orange, can be an expensive dings on the expense of the budget.
Make your Living Room Buying List
Before you make your living room buying list, make sure you’ve considered all the pros and cons of every model you plan to buy. You’re not just buying a couch; you’re also buying a bed, a table, a nightstand, and other items. While you shouldn’t go overboard with the choices, you should still be able to pick out items that bring the most functionality to the room. A great rule of thumb is to select one or two items that bring the most functionality to the room, while avoiding items that are either too expensive or don’t bring much functionality to the room at all.
The living room is a must-have for any home. The room is the center of your home, and it can be the most stylist part of your home. DesignGatha’s Experts team will help you to make your living room stylish and classy. Call us at +91-9205001375 or Contact Us.