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The kitchen can claim to be the heart of the home. For many, however, it’s the living room that really holds the crown. In the current climate your space should be extremely comfortable and soothing. Don’t forget that hosting guests will be a possibility in the not-too-distant future, so don’t shy away from those key pieces for entertaining.
Modular seating is sensible if you need your space to serve more than one purpose. Give yourself the option to lounge and luxuriate while you watch the latest episode of that series you’re hooked on. Go for neutral colours on your hero piece (the sofa) and change cushions and accessories as your style evolves, or as the seasons change.
Though a minimal aesthetic can be striking, we say long live maximalist decor. A combination of patterns with a generous collection of knick-knacks and a brimming stack of colourful books adds interest and stimulates the senses.
An abundance of natural light will help keep the scheme from feeling jampacked. If you’re not blessed with floor-to-ceiling windows, cheat a little with a full-length mirror propped opposite a window. The light will bounce off it and around the room, giving the illusion of more space.
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