I am open to ideas as to how to re-work this room in my lovely old house.
This is a fabulous room. It oozes a bygone charm that you would lose by adding false ceilings and tube lights. Please don't!Go all out to preserve this magnificent floor and the beautiful furniture. That mirror is superb, as is the old painting.Keep the wall colour as is and change the upholstery after polishing and keeping the beautiful wooden furniture. The upholstery is mismatchedat present. But the different styled armchairs look very comfortable. Keep them. No modern furniture will give you such comfort. When you re upholster, refrain from choosing firm foam and such nonsense. It is far better to have good quality down or cotton, which moulds to the body shape.Invest in a high quality traditional patterned Persian or Kashmiri carpet for a restrained stroke of colour. Your upholstery should pick up colours from this carpet. So should the curtains.Please never even consider vinyl blinds, horizontal and vertical.If you tamper with this room and remodel it to be 'modern'- you will lose a treasure.
This is a great space with old world charm. Quite high ceiling too. I woukd suggest you redo the upholstery on the sofa and single seaters to unify them. May be in bold orange or dark grey. The pictures on the walls needs composition. As a rule of thumb the center of a photo gallery or that of a big photo should be at the height of the viewers' eye level. The space begs for roman blinds instead of the odd colour lacy curtains. If possible add spotlights inside the corner display units. You would need a coffee table in colonial style to match the doors and ceiling. Move the tv to a more private space or mount in on the wall. if you share head on elevation photos of each wall I could help you visualise.
Help me with my living room setup
Need help for the living room, Indian/Asian/Tribal artistic
Need help with my living room
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