The living room and dining room combination is also known as a great room, two spaces that don’t flow and have no unity. But with the correct colors, furniture, décor, and placement are key in decorating and designing the great living room, which will have visual appeal and be functional.
Most of the living room and dining room combination has an L-shape in which a small portion of the L-shape being devoted to the dining.
Decorate The Living Room And Dining Room Combination:
Wall Paint: Paint living room and dining room areas with the same neutral shades. This will enlarge the effect to space, or you can choose two shades of the same color, one light and darker than o, there to create flow in the area and help in coordinating space. Paint living room walls in one color and use coordinating wallpaper or border in the dining room area.
Purchase all the decorative items such as table linens, artwork, lampshades, paintings, sculptures, and other décor items with the same theme or similar in both rooms. Continue with theme and décor. The living room is of blue walls, taupe fabrics, and white trim. You can have blue, white, taupe plaid or print for the mats, chair cushions, and table cloth.
Position the largest piece of furniture, such as the sofa, in the living room across a focal point in the room. Place sofa across a breathtaking piece of art or in front of media area or television.
Place the second largest piece of furniture, such as the two chairs or the loveseat, which ho together at a 90-degree angle from the sofa and create an L shape in the room.
Angle the dining room table such it sits diagonally. You can also center it in space but parallel to the longest wall if you have no space to keep it diagonally.
Position small piece of furniture like end tables, sideboard, or ottomans such as they relate to larger pieces
Add large potted plants, flower vases, or floor lamps near groupings to define the space. Position them in an empty corner actually draws attention to an empty area.
Don’t place furniture which blocks doors and walkways.
The dining table is not catching it all. Avoid this as it clutters the room.
Invest well in cabinets, large baskets, and storage containers.