Everyone wants their home to be impressive to visitors and guests. There are a few ways of achieving your goal. This article will go through room by room to help you figure out how to make elegance your live-in standard.
1. Living Room: The living room is one of the classiest places in the home. It is where you bring guests when entertaining and it is traditionally where you spend the least amount of your personal time. The distinction between the living room and the entertainment room has always existed; it is just that the names for these rooms have changed. In the old days, it was a parlor where guests were brought in order to maintain a level of privacy. Today it is typical to have coffee tables end tables and sectional sofas in a living room. You may opt for sofas and loveseats, but sectional sofas typically seat more people, which is nice when you are having a cocktail party or guests over for dinner.
2. Entertainment Room: An entertainment room is usually centered around a television, held in entertainment centers, which are large wooden pieces of furniture that have shelves for DVD players, CD players, CD's and DVD's, not to mention video game systems and other items . These can be built to custom fit your television and the specifications of your living room. As far as seating goes, reclining sofas are always a hit -there's nothing more satisfying than being able to kick back and put your feet up when watching a flick or your favorite TV show. You will also need coffee tables end tables, because drinks and food go hand in hand with rest and relaxation. Since you can not set them on the floor, a good rule of thumb is to have coffee tables end tables near any sectional sofas or sofas and loveseats.
3. Bedrooms: A classy bedroom does not need much. A bed frame is good to have and for that sense of luxury and elegance you desire, a wooden headboard is a great touch. Of course, the bigger the bed, the classier, but do not feel bad if you can not splurge for (or fit) a California king – a queen sleeps two comfortably.
4. Dining rooms: Another staple of the classy home, a well kept dining room usually holds a table for at least six, seeing as how very important (ie events with attending guests) dinners will be served in this room. Furthermore, a cabinet that can hold all of your special china is a great addition to any classy dining room.
5. Foyer: The entrance to your home should set the standard for the rest of the house. You should have a nice rug to welcome people inside, a coat rack if there is not a closet nearby, and maybe a mirror to allow you to check yourself out before you leave, making sure that your coiffure is set, and that you have everything you need.
These tips should help you decide what you need to classify your home – you want to fall into the highest echelon of class, and buying a few new pieces of furniture will help you do it.
Source de Mark Etinger