Designed 4y ago by

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  • Daisy320
    3y ago
    Daisy320
    Take a look at my design such as Design 58 Summer at the Marina. While you are learning, keep it simple. Decide on the 2-3 colors you are doing in the room and then make everything those three colors, and tie it all together. Use blue/green/white and redo your room in JUST those three colors! You'll find it keeps you disciplined and on track to learn how to coordinate your room. You need to successfully do that before adding more variation. It's a process. But you have to work on it. 
  • Daisy320
    3y ago
    Daisy320
    You asked for criticism on your design, so hopefully you take some of the suggestions and try to make this better. That is the ONLY way you will learn. 
    This doesn't appear to be a living room. Take everything out and work on keeping this close camera angle and placing a couch and two chairs, a coffee table, ONE type of ceiling lighting, a nice rug that matches your blue/green theme, as well as a floor that coordinates as well. To simplify your design, pick ONE wallpaper and to all the walls with it. Paint the ceiling a matching paint and make your floor and window trim the same wood type. Then select your furniture strictly within the blue/green line (whichever wallpaper you choose) with accent pillows in white and blue/green. Your ceiling lighting should preferably be a nice white one. On your coffee table, put a nice vase, flower arrangement (in appropriate size) and perhaps a book and a glass of wine. Keep it simple and concentrate on getting a nice arrangement and color coordinated desi