Design of the living room (17 m2) in classic style
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Design of the living room (17 m2) in classic style

Living room with the surface of 17 m2 can’t be called too small, as here you can realize many various design ideas.  Thanks to the photos of the living room designs (17 m2) in classic style, you can see whether this decoration, characterized by elegance and originality, suits you.

Design of the living room 17 m2 in classic style

Space


Space

Other requirement of classic style is space. Due to the magnitude, pomposity and massiveness of the whole finishing and furniture, realization of classic interior style requires a large size of the living room. In small living room, you can get only a parody of classic style and stacking.

Classic implies proper organization of space and placement of items in the house. The magnitude, inherent in this style, is easy to implement in the spacious rooms (with an area of more than 20 m2). However, if the owners have a small living room and want to choose a classic style, the room (16 m2) should be visually expanded:

  • mirrors built into the furniture and mirror walls;
  • visually raise the ceiling, using the glossy stretched fabric of light blue or white color;
  • light floor and walls.

It is important to avoid large furniture in a small living room. All the furniture must be compact. It is desirable to use functional zoning in any apartment – with bay window, glazed loggia or balcony.

Color scheme


Color scheme

Color scheme used in the interiors of classic living rooms is pastel. The most widespread color solutions are pale yellow, white and their shades. The color of walls can pale blue or green. Gold, bronze, the color of wood, saturated red, blue and green colors are often found in finishing.

Pastel and muted tones, light textured natural wood and much light are signs of classic. The most popular colors in classic style are: saturated red or Bordeaux (wine shades), the entire beige gamma, which goes great with emerald green. “Metal” shades are also in high esteem:

  • golden;
  • copper;
  • bronze.

Main combinations of historical style are white and blue base with a background of white-pink color. Bright accents and cold spectrum are acceptable. Design ideas of neoclassic involve the use of yellow and lilac color scheme.

Stucco


Stucco

Pattern from the gypsum cardboard made in classic style will decorate the interior. It is used in the following types of finishing works:

  • For the decoration of monochrome or picturesque ceiling.
  • To frame the walls and emphasize their rectangular shape.
  • To decorate the fireplace (probably, false), located on the one side of the room.
  • Window opening.

Features of classic interior of the living room


Features of classic interior of the living room 

Classic interior style is designed for the large rooms. It involves splendor of environment and presence of the massive furniture made of expensive natural materials. However, even a relatively small room can be designed in classic style.

Cabinet furniture must be with gilding and include the armchairs with luxurious upholstery and rounded armrests. Obligatory element of any room for receiving guest and rest is sofa. It can be located along one of the long walls. Place two armchairs on either side of the sofa, and the table- in front of it. Electric fireplace is installed on the other wall opposite the sofa, and the TV should hang over it. You should place the jewelry boxes, porcelain figurines and candlesticks on the mantelpiece. Ceiling must be decorated with stucco and bright crystal chandelier.

In the photo, you can see the design of the living room (17 m2) in classic style admires and impresses with its splendor.

Furniture


Furniture

Furniture of the classic living room must be massive and luxury. Ideally, it should be made of precious wood, decorated with carving and incrustation and upholstered with expensive fabric. “Bronze-like” furniture accessories and gilding are welcome.

In this style, there is no room for cheap and unpresentable furniture with “fussy” upholstery- only the elite furniture. For example, refined forms from the precious wood, upholstered with leather, velvet or tapestry. Each historical style has its own favorites, but neoclassic is loyal to conditionalities. It includes:

  • cabinet furniture from the textured wood (light and dark);
  • convex pedestals instead of coffee tables;
  • corner and straight sofas with a length of 2.65-2.7 m;
  • large dressers, glass cases and antique bureaus;
  • modular classic furniture;
  • classic soft headsets.

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