Friday, January 5, 2018

5 Ideas How to Decorate a Small Living Room

There are more than dozens small living room decorating ideas you can find in internet or interior book and magazine. Staying in a small house pushes you to be more creative with the storage and the decoration. While considering both points, you cannot cross comfort and fancy look from the list. That is why you need some tips to make it work.

1. Tinted Bottle

This project will transform your table into something bright and blooming. You will need empty milk bottle or glass, emulsion paint, and duct tape. To spread the color, you could use your hand or rough brush: the messy color shapes different art. Stick the tape on the bottle to let you limit the border and start staining. Pink and white will suit romantic theme, especially with the ombre look. Allow the bottle to dry for several minutes before removing the tape and done Source

2. Artistic Lyrics

Have you got beautiful art stacked in the corner of the room? Put it back to the front row by adding a little bit magic on its surface. You will need artwork letter sticker. For the next fifteen to thirty minutes, you will be busy to cut the sticker to letter, forming your favorite lyrics. Stick the letters on the drawing, then apply several layers of paint on it. Turn on your hair dryer to speed up the drying process. Pull the stickers carefully. . Source

3. Letter Wall Art

See the reclaimed wood on a garage sale? You could turn it into something artistic with duct tape and two tone paints. Just see how the natural pattern of wood blends with colors. Set the area where you want to tape the letters. Mix two tone colors in three small cups, each has degraded colors. Stain the wood with lighter shade on the top, and switch swiftly to the darker shade on the bottom. Peel the sticker when the paint is completely dried. Source

4.Three Dimensional Beauty

Fill up the empty wall with this beautiful property. Made from thin circle wood, this wall art gives off fancy vibes in the room. There is no limit in colors, but it is better to pick just five of the best. Purchase the acrylic paint of the chosen color, wood glue, 4, 6.5, 8, and 10 inch plywood. Paint the wood diagonally with three colors. After that, organize them to replicate a flower bloom, using the biggest circle as the base. Source

5. Pretty Jars

By using jute and hooks, you could create a superb decoration for your window in the living room. Grab some mason jars and fill one third of the jar with water. Insert some pretty flowers in it. Mount the hook on the wall, about two inches higher than the curtain rail or the window frame, if you don’t use curtain. Tie up the jute around the jar neck and leave it long enough to reach the hook. Make it even prettier with a ribbon tie facing to the front. Source