Over the course of 2020, as most of us have spent months sheltering in place, our living rooms have transformed from refuge into multifunctional spaces that now emphasize work, education, entertainment, and hospitality. A neutral palette, relaxed seating, state-of-the-art entertainment equipment, and substantial dining tables are just a few of the trends that have emerged from all these days spent at home...read on for more.
Dining in will also change, with a greater appreciation for beautifully designed kitchens, tables and chairs, and dishes and serving ware. For the past year, I think people have tried to strive for, and will continue to strive for, the atmosphere they’ve missed at their favorite restaurant or theater, from furniture to lighting to a great soundtrack.”
The living room after the pattern adjustment, cancels the television, the sofa to encircle the pattern layout, invisibly guides the family group seat exchange interaction, spending time together.
We know it can be hard to avoid a cluttered mess in a small space, especially for those living in city apartments, so whether you’re working with hundreds of square feet or just a couple dozen, getting your cooking space into tip-top shape—both aesthetically and functionally—is just a few creative ideas away from becoming a reality.
The original room changed to a large kitchen area, connecting to the living room, metal frame glass folding door, not only isolated the fume, but also did not hinder the penetration of space. Everyday when you see the sunlight filtered in through the door, just feel like what a nice day!
Sinking into bed and pulling up a pillowy duvet has long been a satisfying way to decompress at the end of a high-pressure day.
But when the pandemic upended regular life and sent anxiety levels soaring, having a bedroom that could serve as a calming retreat suddenly seemed more important than ever.