As much as the kitchen is the heart of the home, so are our living rooms as we spend the majority of our time in our living rooms. For this reason, you want to make sure your living room is a cosy and comfortable place where you can unwind and relax.  there are ways to make your living room cosy and we will reveal the little touches that you can add to create this feel. 

  •  Lighting

Lighting is key when it comes to creating the right ambience and feeling in a room.  play around with different layers of lighting and use a combination of pendant lights and stayed and lamps to create the mood that you hope to achieve.

  • Sofas

In your living room, your sofa is your biggest investment and before you buy a sofa make sure you try it. Not only are you looking for a sofa that is cosy and comfortable, but it also needs to provide excellent back and neck support. Other factors to bear in mind are dimensions ( will you be able to get it into your living room?) and whether it is pet-friendly.

  •  Greenery

Experts believe that plants play a massive role in the air quality and mood of a room.  Add either wall hung plants or floor plants to your space to bring a fresh, natural appeal to your living room. 

  • A cosy space

There’s not much that feels nicer than an area where you can curl up with a good book or a cup of tea. To create this space you will need to locate the ideal area in your room. This could be either near a window which has lots of natural light or perhaps a nice quiet corner. The next step is finding the right seat which provides complete comfort. Add a lamp and a side table to finish off your cosy space.

  • Tactile accessories

Accessories are a great way of adding cosiness and comfort to a room. For instance, imagine soft, fluffy throws, velvety cushions and plush rugs. Consider combining these tactile accessories with metals and wood grained furniture to create a cosy and inviting living room. 

When it comes to textures, try and contrast i.e. mix plain prints with bolder pattern and refined textures with heavy ones. Try and keep textures in one colour.

  • Ottomans

Instead of having a traditional coffee table,  use an ottoman instead. Choose an ottoman that has been created from a soft and sumptuous material. An ottoman also has more than one purpose and can also be used to put your feet up. Additionally, some ottomans also provide extra storage. 

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