How I Restructured my Living Room

I had always settled for the excuse that my living is too small to be stylish. In addition, I did not want to spend a fortune buying expensive furniture and accessories just to give my living area a face lift. However, I grew tired of having a boring space and decided enough was enough; I had to find a way to spruce up my tiny space (with the least of expenses of course). One sunny Saturday, ideas started flowing in my head on how I could restructure my space and make a world of difference. I’m really glad I gave it deep thought. Below is how I restructured my living room.

How I Restructured my Living Room

I discovered that my tiny space did not receive natural light from my large window thanks to the clutter. I moved a piece of furniture that was blocking the light and put it in a different corner. I then placed my large short couch just before the large window and suddenly, my white sofa shone as the crystal light from the sun hit it. I then remembered that I had bought some white and gold curtains which I fixed right away. The window with white and gold accents on the sides impressed me. I then took my pink and gold throws and spread them on the sofas; I was smiling as it all came together.

I then placed two chairs in proper symmetry from the main sofa and instantly, I could see a harmonious design forming. My glass coffee table seamed a bit empty and lifeless. It them came to me! I took my all-weather artificial plant with accents of green and yellow from the corner floor and placed it as a center piece. Later, I decided to use my shinning gold coffee table cover first, then place the plant. It worked like magic! My thick white carpet go a thorough cleaning and it was spectacular. I decided to place a silver and gold mirror from my bedroom on the white wall opposite my large window. All unnecessary clutter I got rid of and by the time I was through with the restructuring, my living room felt like a new space. Indeed, a change is as good as a rest. My friends cannot stop complementing me now.