The classic Roman furniture in a room immediately adds a new flair to the overall style. When it comes to the living room, the décor and design should be chosen very carefully. This is where you greet your guests. This is the place to relax after the day’s work with a television show or a book. Whatever your design idea is, with elegant Italian living room furniture, the lifestyle is enriched and the setup looks eye-catching. Here are the best ways to style the living space:-
Choose Proper Wallpaper Or Wall Color
Learn what goes with the furniture, appliances, and other accessories of the living room. If you choose bright pastel colors for the wall, make sure the fabric of the furniture, curtains, carpets, and shelves are not overshadowed. For example, if you want to add an ornate touch with ivory, make sure that the furniture is vintage with the golden touch and the racks are of traditional style to create a timeless finish.
Use The Space Strategically With Racks And Shelves
An Italian living room is not all about upholding the traditional vibe but mixing classiness with contemporary elements. There are various unique shaped wall shelves and racks available in the market, made of wrought iron, sturdy wood, and marble. If your interior is of dark hue like black, grey, or brown, you can try adding the storages with contrast colors like red, white, light green, etc.
Fabrics For Furniture, Curtains and Upholstery
Your Italian living room furniture will need cushions, seats, and coverings. Try to choose the fabric material and color that will complement the furniture and the interior décor. You can never go wrong with the distressed prints or light creamy hues as those more or less go with both contemporary and traditional households.
However, if you want to add some quirks, there is nothing wrong with choosing bold neon, yellow or purple-colored rugs, cushions, upholstery, and curtains. The common fabrics to look for are cotton, velvet, satin, wool, linen, Damascus, brocade, and lampas.
Add Decorative Chandeliers And Lamps
While adding oversized windows, you should also invest in artificial light fixtures such as chandeliers and lamps. Based on the living room décor, you can choose the rustic chandeliers with wooden, wrought iron, and glass as common elements. If budget is not an issue, go for the ornate large chandeliers with multiple candle fixtures and danglers.
A traditional lampstand with decorative shade will enhance the look of your Italian living room furniture. If you are going for wall fixtures, make sure those are placed above or beside the furniture or main elements of the room for better highlighting.
You can also get elegant vases made of porcelain, bone china, terracotta, or ceramic, which look classy without even any flowers. Some sculptures, vintage frames, and mirrors will also revamp the look of the room.