Your living room is your home entertainment and entertainment. Chances are you have had some very memorable gatherings there and that is where you relax and enjoy the family and friends. Since this room tends to be such a high traffic area and having so much time in it, it is often the first room to show signs of wear and tear and start to look. I received product samples from General Finishes for review purposes for this narrow bedside table post. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.
Fortunately, there are small changes (such as replacing light bulbs) and big changes (like installing a new fireplace mantel) that can give your living room a new look and will not be a big DIY project, or make your home a construction site. Are you looking for a way to tone it down and give it an updated look? I have a simple solution!
On ‘bulk days’ when people put out their unwanted furniture, we would drive around and grab the “good stuff”. Also, this post contains affiliate links, but nothing that I wouldn’t wholeheartedly recommend anyway! Read my full disclosure here. I’m grateful that it gave me the opportunity to practice my painting skills without spending money on inventory — but the best part was spending time with Andrea. Do you have a piece of furniture that’s just waaaaay to orange or red?