Mediterranean Living Room
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Bend light with mirrorsNatural light moves in linear paths, so its reach is limited – until you add mirrors to the mix, that is. Mirrors can multiply the range of your natural light, and with clever placement, you can shine sunlight into almost any corner. Scour your home for walls and corners that receive minimal light. Then, add mirrors to sunlit pathways to channel light to other parts of your home. Focus on placing mirrors on walls that face east and west, since these usually receive more than half the day’s sunlight. A statement wall like this one can catch and throw sunlight, as well as serve as a marvellous focal point.Conjure light into tiny rooms, cramped corners and narrow passages with these mirror placement ideas
3. StyleThe Interior design of a residence is broadly divided into four categories – classical, bohemian, contemporary and minimalist. These basic styles of design reflect the mood and lifestyle of the user. Of course, there are various other sub-categories in various regions and cultures across the globe. ClassicalThe classical style features glamour and sparkle from cut-glass objects and chandeliers to carved furniture and intricate ceilings. It is based on order, symmetry and balance. Fabrics are more luxurious and textured – velvets, silks and satins. Other rich materials, such as leather and wood, are used aplenty.
1. This Moroccan-themed living room exudes opulence with lots of bling from the ornamental crystal-and-glass chandelier. The tiered sparkler adds an element of character and charm to the decor. The bulb holders imitate candles and bring a touch of old-world grandeur to the room.5 Tips on Lighting Your House Right
Consider an open layoutCreating a sense of ample space and expansiveness is essential to the making of a luxurious interior. Craft a layout with a grand entrance and an open plan living area where areas effortlessly flow into each other. Flood the interiors with lots of light and build an inside-outside relationship with big windows and sliding doors.
Install a focal pointIn this case, a colourful themed urn dresses up the table. The tabletop already features panelling so there’s not much needed in terms of styling. The visually rich solitary urn acts as a highlight to the Moroccan theme of this Hyderabad home.