Nanette Delannoy. Living Room. May 30th , 2017.
Oh to be Royal and have rich, luxurious shades of purple designated just for the special blood that flows through your veins compliments of your ancestry. Enshrouding their shoulders and body with a cape of decadent purple copiousness, the King and Queen hold their heads erect as we curtsy in awe and reverence.
There’s no beating around the bush: hiding a living room television can be tricky, even if it’s a slender flat-screen! Do you need to cover it completely? Then again, watching TV is a totally acceptable pastime, so why hide it? The degree of disguise is up to you, but if you’re looking to conceal your television in any way, here are a few helpful ideas… Going with a custom solution can be very classy. In the room below, an all-white picture lifts to reveal the television.
We will start with the simplest and most commonly chosen wall colors – light walls. Light walls are common for a reason; they give your space a fresh and clean feel. For small spaces, a light wall color is perfect because it will make the space feel bigger and more open. Additionally, this is the most versatile wall category. Light and bright walls look great in almost any style of home! For a Scandinavian Modern look choose clean white, for an airy crisp room choose a light blue, and for a country cottage choose cream or a hint of yellow. This wall choice truly has a lot of potential.
The silver platter on your silver accent table topped with tea, scones, biscotti, biscuits and scrumptious chocolate will not taste as good as the overall effect of the purple room as you let the gossipmongers in. They discreetly take in your living room that you have prepared to dare them to defy the wonderful royal ambiance you have created.
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