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4 Living Room Makeover Ideas

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The living room is the hub of the home and it’s where guests and family members are entertained. Thus, it should be clean and inviting. If you’re a homeowner, you’ll want to enhance its looks so your living room becomes more comfortable and inviting.

The following living room makeover ideas can do wonders to your room and make it look much better and spacious.

  • Create A Plan

Before you even begin to think about remodelling your living room, you need to sit down and come up with a plan of how you want this room to look. This will help guide you through the planning process as well as any possible minor changes that you may need to make after you get this room all set up. 

Decide where you would like to place any furniture in the room, such as a couch or love seat. Then, draw or cut out the blueprint on how you would like this furniture to fit into your room.

Creating a plan also includes setting up a budget. Setting a budget will help you keep track of what items you have leftover and which ones you’re short of money for. You want to make sure you set a realistic budget so you don’t overspend. Once you know how much money you have to spend, you can start to look at living room design options.

4 living room makeover ideas

  • Show-off Your Appliances

Another great way to enhance the look of your living room is to show off your appliances. If you have a TV at home, show it off. This wouldn’t only liven up the room but it’ll also make watching your favourite TV shows much easier. 

Another option for your living room is to add a media entertainment centre. This will give you additional space to watch television or listen to music. You can also store other items here such as DVDs, game consoles, and your personal electronics. A media entertainment centre makes it easier to stay organized while you enjoy your favourite TV shows or music.

You could also add a fireplace to liven up the living room even more. Add some nice cushions, dried flower arrangements, and sofas to add more colour to your living room.

  • Re-arrange Or Update Your Furniture

Update the looks of your furniture, especially if they’re a bit old. This includes your couch, chairs, and even your cabinets. Take note that the things that you place in your living room must complement each other. For example, you can place a coffee table next to a sofa if you want to create a reading or relaxation area. Also, if you have a beautiful picture frame hanging on the wall, then place your sofa beside it.

You can also add new items or get some of those recycled ones to give your room a new feel. If you have the budget, you could also have some fresh paint on your walls, giving your room a fresher and cleaner look. It would also be much easier to maintain cleanliness with this kind of room.

Updating your furniture is quite cost-effective and easy to do. You just have to find the design or theme that you like, and then buy the pieces that go with it. For instance, if you want a modern look for the room, you have to look for modern furniture. And, if you’re more into a country look, then settle for traditional-looking pieces.

  • Paint The Walls

Painting the walls is also one way of giving your living room a new look. With a lot of paint designs available nowadays, you can surely find one that’ll fit your taste, personality, and theme. For sure, you would also have a hard time finding the right design. As a tip, you can go to a nearby store or simply look online. 

Painting the walls of your living room is quite easy and quick, plus you get to change your mind about the overall theme once you’re done with the wallpapering task.

Final Thoughts

A living room makeover isn’t really something that’s easy to complete. However, if you put your heart and mind into it, then you’re sure to come up with great room decoration

Also, try to remember that the living room isn’t just any ordinary room, but it’s also a place where you spend most of your time. So, always try to create an environment that makes you feel comfortable and at ease. After all, this is also a place where you and your family members are going to spend most of your time together.

Mick Pachollihttp://www.tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.