Besides the circular living room and the rectangular formal dining room – also open to the outdoors when its large glass doors are open – the first floor is one big, wide-open space. Shades of white are used extensively to let natural light bounce off of all of the surfaces and further add visual space to the home.
But the structure of the interior didn’t change that much. When the first complex structures began to appear, the internal organization as we know it today also began to take shape. The living room has been present ever since and is still considered to be the most important room of the house. But styles have diversified with time and, even though the basics are the same, the design of the living room can take many forms.
Often considered an exotic color, turquoise is, in fact, one of the easiest shades to use in interior design and decor. It can be soothing as well as bold and vibrant and it can adapt to a variety of styles, ambiances and influences. Here are a few ways in which you can use this color in your living room.
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