By Jesse Mathieu. Living Room. Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 01:41:37 AM.
Sometimes, our living rooms can become collections of the design elements we’ve collected over the years rather than a single, definitive style statement. Whether it’s a result of combining households or several moves, a touch of unity is usually all it takes to pull even the most eclectic design together.
These days, living rooms are some of the most-used spaces in our homes. They’re where we go to kick back, relax and unwind after a long day. However, as these rooms have become progressively more “lived-in,” they’ve also fallen victim to prioritizing function over form to the extent that the space ultimately feels incomplete.
The classic, understated styling of the Morpheus small sectional works in a traditional-style small living room or a modern, small apartment space. The 59-inch long chaise is the perfect spot to kick up your feet to chill or take a nap.
Proportion is one of the key elements of interior design. Essentially, this concept boils down to the way in which items in the room relate to one another. Ideally, each component of the room varies in shape and size to keep things visually interesting, yet still come together to make the space feel properly unified.
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