A crisp and consistent color scheme and composition creates an airy, unified mood throughout the diminutive 13' x 13' living room. Dark hardwood floors add warmth and contrast. We added thick moldings to architecturally enhance the house.

Gauzy cotton Roman shades dress new hurricane-proof windows and coax additional natural light into the home. Because of their versatility, pairs of furniture instead of single larger pieces are used throughout the home. This helps solve the space problem because these smaller pieces can be moved and stored easily.
Photography Peter Rymwid

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Toronto Interior Design Group added this to 12 Clever Ways to Make a Tiny Living Room Look Large4 March 2019

9. Use barely there tablesIn a small space you can only eliminate so much furniture. After all, what use is a living room with nowhere to sit? But one place you can reduce your bulky furniture is the coffee table. Use a leggy table to make the living room look bigger and allow you to stretch your legs a bit more, which help the room feel bigger too.

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Emily Craig added this to All tiny home6 days ago

***Living room -- neutral, spacious, natural light and FIREPLACE

josee22 added this to Danielle Matte24 April 2020

Si on changeait les tableaux, il serait possible de créer une ambiance de ce type.

Julia Haley added this to Living Room13 April 2020

Exposed wood arms is kinda pretty - too trendy?

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