Decorating our home is not a simple task; in fact we usually start from an idea to develop in order to follow a unique pattern. The first step is to choose where to start organizing our plans and the best move would be to start from the living room as it represents the principal area of our home in which we welcome our guests, give parties and spend a big part of our day. The living is often divided by the kitchen so in this case, it would be easier for you to experiment with different materials, furniture and accessories, while if you live in one of those houses where living rooms and houses are not divided the situation seems to be a little bit more difficult, as the kitchen is the place that is more likely to be dirtier, compared to the rest of the home.
We usually have breakfast, lunch and dinner in the kitchen so if it is not separated from the living room, a good advice would be to opt for a modern style as it has the power to suggest order and cleanliness.
If you browse the pages in this website, you could see how many photos have been selected for you to help you find the right arrangement for your flat proposing new original ideas taken from the most beautiful interiors and exteriors of the world. There are plenty of images to take to cue from, of every area of the house, from the living room to the kitchen and again, from the bathroom to the garden. For those who live in a big city flat, the best solution would be a double coloured kitchen to match with the table and the sofas and opaque surfaces, even if shiny elements give your room a modern touch. Opaque surfaces do not enlighten the environment as the shiny ones do, but at least they help you maintaining your living room always presentable to guests, without having to spend the whole afternoon polishing your furniture. All those beautiful materials such as mirrors, glass, silver and steel, besides being extremely beautiful, they require a certain attention and time, so choose your materials carefully before spending your money. What is the best solution for a double area then? Go for a light coloured timber and you will not regret!