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Niki Bruce added this to How Do I… Find the Right Sofa?14 May 2018

Sofas can cost anywhere from under $100 dollars for a fold-up foam piece suited for the uni student, to $50,000 for a massive, luxurious designer brand sofa. Expect to pay a few hundred to about $3,000 if you shop at places like Castlery, Ikea and HipVan.

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Chiquit Brammall added this to Expert Tips for Styling Your Room With a Rug9 Apr 2017

10. Add texture to clean linesA patterned rug is a great way to introduce texture and balance to a pared-back, modern look. This colourful design warms up the space with red and mauve tones, while the geometric pattern plays up the clean lines of the room’s architecture.Tell usWhat do you think of these ideas for styling with rugs? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.MoreRead more about decorating

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Verlaine Marquez added this to 6 Ideas for Creating a Cohesive and Cosy Living-Dining Space2 Feb 2016

6. Distinguish the areas with unique lightingLighting can have a huge impact on the mood and setting of a room. A lovely chandelier or a set of pendant lamps over the dining table anchors your dining area while a unique floor lamp or table lamps placed on opposite corners of your living area provide the visual cue that defines your living room space. They do double duty of providing ambient lighting other than what your overhead light fixtures offer.TELL US How do you make the most of your living-dining room combo? Share in the Comments below.MORE15 Ways to Work With a Tiny Living RoomRoom of the Week: A Cat-centric Living RoomForget Open-Plan – Try ‘Broken Plan’

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Liza added this to Deco_Living5 Jun 2018

6. Distinguish the areas with unique lighting Lighting can have a huge impact on the mood and setting of a room. A lovely chandelier or a set of pendant lamps over the dining table anchors your dining area while a unique floor lamp or table lamps placed on opposite corners of your living area provide the visual cue that defines your living room space. They do double duty of providing ambient lighting other than what your overhead light fixtures offer.

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