Living Room / June 28, 2018 /
Pick a wallpaper featuring different shades of the same colour to create a subtle but striking feature wall rather than overwhelming the space. Opting for a simple design instead of a hectic pattern will also help to soothe the scheme. To break up a papered wall, place your furniture and artwork in strategic positions around the edge of the room.
The first thing you should never do if you have a small living room is cram in too much furniture. Instead, choose a sofa that is proportional to the size of the space, and if you are still in need of more seating, use stools. They will take up far less room than bulky armchairs, and can be easily manoeuvred.