By Yolanda Duret. Living Room. Sunday, October 22nd 2017, 11:28:00 AM.
For sure, you have one in your living room. Choose an entertainment center that has good storage space for everything you have for entertainment. Make sure your CDs, DVDs, video games and others are well-kept. If you have so many of this stuff, opt for a larger space for it. You can have a separate shelf or cabinet to place all your entertainment items. This way, you can do away with having piles of them in the living room.
Use elaborate window treatments like swags, valances and tiebacks. Use fabrics that are silk, brocade and damask. Trim these with tassels, cords, braid and crystals to add more embellishments. You can also have a stained glass window if you are willing to spend money for it. To get that Victorian look, use decorative mouldings, ornaments, plasterwork and arches for your walls. Arches can create a grand look while plasters and mouldings give that look of authenticity. These things may cost a lot but would certainly give you the look you want. But if you want to save money, you can opt for walls with deep rich colors like red. You may also apply unique wallpapers with metallic or ornate prints.
If you have observed that trash has accumulated in the living room, it might be time for you to place a wastebasket to trim down clutter. This is applicable especially if you have kids in the house who would be throwing their trash anywhere. Be smart in choosing a wastebasket and in placing it in the living room. Make sure that it would fit in the room's decor. Always deodorise your trash bags to avoid foul smell. Also, use one that has a cover or a lid so that it would not be ugly to look at.