Decorate a Victorian Living Room with Fireplace

Jan 16th
Victorian Living Room Layout
Victorian Living Room Layout

Decorate a Victorian living room with fireplace surround; a fireplace is an asset to your house. It can create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. It is also a great alternative source of heating. A corner fireplace can work well in a living room, as it is a bit out of the way and does not take up an entire wall. If you have a small space, you may encounter problems when it comes to decorating a living room with a corner fireplace because the corner fireplace will take out a corner of your living room.

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The fireplace is often the focal point of the living room. And as such, a good area to show off your own personal aesthetic design. It is the stage to show the beloved collections. Decorating the fireplace surrounds sets the mood and tone for the rest of the room and adds a touch of class to the space. Whether you decorate the envelope with a favorite piece of artwork or a collection of decorative accessories. You add inspiration and beauty to your home.

Accent the fireplace in the living room with a new coat of paint. Update an obsolete brick fireplace with a neutral cream, green or pale yellowish paint. Painting the walls that surround the fireplace to allow the fireplace ring to stand out as the focal point of the room. Add a large mirror to the fireplace by hanging over it or by resting it on the mantle. Choose a framed mirror that echoes colors found in the room to create a consistent design.

Incorporate decorative accents into the ring of the fireplace. Rest a favorite collection of candles along the mantle for a soft glow. Set a trio of colorful vases in a variety of heights and shapes over the home to create a small vignette for space. Cover the fireplace with glass or ceramic tiles to create a modern screen for the living room. Create a tile design by mixing tiles of different shapes and colors together. Angle of square tiles for a modeling effect. Add a colored carpet in front of the fireplace to connect the space to the rest of the room. Choose a patterned rug that features stripes or a trellis to create a bold design and one that looks striking with both dark and light colored hardwood floors. Place vegetation around the chimney ring that spills over the mantelpiece and spice up the area.

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