You may have already asked yourself this question. After the question of bedroom decoration and kitchen decoration, here comes the question of living room decoration! Decorating your living room is quite a challenge because there are so many products to choose from that it can be hard to make a choice. Scenolia gives you some ideas for wall decoration ?. 

Large-scale wall decorations

 Living room decoration - large size
The living room is a large room, the largest in the house or flat.
So you can dare to have a large wall decoration! Large size trompe l'oeils will give the illusion of an even larger room.

Panoramic formats of 3, 4 and 6 metres in length are ideal. If you are more of a picture person, we offer 2-metre long options.

The poster opposite, Sentier, places the living room in the countryside.
The panorama occupies the entire wall behind the sofa, from floor to ceiling.
The printed image is a trompe l'oeil of a path that runs through the forest. The different shots add depth to the room and create the effect of enlarging it.

Delineating spaces

Living room decor
In newer homes, the living room is often a large living area that includes a dining area, open kitchen and TV area.

It is important to mark the transition from one area to another by creating a break in ambience. The dining room should be welcoming to your guests, while the TV area can be more intimate.

You don't have to stick to the same theme with posters of nature scenes all over the room. On the contrary, you can switch between different decorative moods.

For example, a giant world map poster in the kitchen, a panoramic plant-themed wallpaper in the dining room and a panoramic beach wallpaper behind the sofa. The decorations go together because the colour green is present on all of them and they all evoke a sense of travel and nature.

We like: not having a run-of-the-mill living room!

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