1- Determine the living room style :
You should know which style of a living room do you want, even if this was just an image that you imagine in your mind. Decide if you want the style to be classic , modern , or rustic. In this you can benefit from decorating sites, or furniture magazines. Your living room should reflect your individuality.
2- Choose a suitable colour scheme :
You should focus on the favorite colours for you. Also pay attention to the to the harmony between wall and furniture colours, as if the colours are matching together this will give you the sense that the room is larger.
Cool and light colours on most surfaces give the room a more open look.
3- Use furniture items suitable to the room size :
Furniture items needs to fit the space they are going to occupy.
If you have a small living room you should not use too big stuff, as this will make the room narrow and cramped.
4- Arrange furniture items appropriately :
After choosing your furniture, you should organize it appropriately in order to make the best use of the narrow space that you have . Move furniture away from walkways and put short pieces of furniture like an ottoman, an armless, open chair, or a low table. If you can see the floor, the room will look larger.
5- Make it mirrored :
Mirrors are a classic way to open up space in a room and make it appear larger. They function best not just by reflecting existing space, but by adding light to a room—a key element in making the room appear more expansive and inviting.
6- Let in the Light :
Any room will look larger if it’s well-lit, either by natural light or artificial lighting. Get rid of heavy draperies and open up the windows to let the light of the outdoors into the space. Add more lamps or install track lighting or recessed lighting.
Once you’ve established and arranged your furniture, it’s time to accessorize. Books and unusual games like Japanese puzzle boxes are useful accessories because they will make you and your visitors enjoy your times.