Creating a relaxing living room
Most of us will want our living room or lounge to be a relaxing space. When we get home from work, we want to be able to put our feet up and unwind, and our decor and artwork can play a huge part in that.
In terms of colour, it’s important to choose tones that work well together, ones that you find relaxing and calming. This is different for everyone, so you might prefer subtle, pastel colours or warming, bold hues. However, having too many striking colours is unlikely to make you feel at ease. When choosing imagery, stay clear from anything to energetic or lively, as this is more likely to stimulate your brain. Instead, opt for something calming, such as a forest mural or beach scene.