It doesn’t matter if it’s TV, reading or sitting, the living room is the perfect place to rest and forget about all the daily problems. Contrary to what many people think, a planned room is not only one that has custom-made furniture, it is also the room that is thought of in its entire composition, such as decoration, color, style and, of course, the furniture, whether in its size or position.
There are several ways to decorate a room, however, thinking about it when planning the room allows you to use your creativity to take advantage of every corner of the available space. If you want to pay more attention to decorative items, placing them in niches built into the walls and with targeted lighting will be an excellent option.
Image 1: Planned TV room with white niches made to measure for decorative items.
Picture 2: This TV room has a bespoke entire wall with cupboard and recessed lighting niches.
Image 3: Planned room with a panel that occupies the entire length of the wall and has built-in niches of different sizes.
Image 4: If you want modernity, it’s worth using hollow niches and painting the back wall with a striking color.
Image 5: Another option is to use the material from the niches to attach a table that can be used both for studies and for placing a drink.
Image 6: This small living room has a wooden wall with built-in niches that hold pictures, books and decorative items.
Image 7: An idea to give an exotic air to the environment is to place hollow niches fulfilling the role of a small wall dividing the rooms.
Image 8: Another model of niches as a partition, this time they are white and accommodate books, potted plants and small sculptures.
Image 9: Planned room with 3D cladding wall and two rows with “S” shelves.
Image 10: This TV room has potted plants built into the wall and coated with the same material in 3D.
Small but planned
It is a mistake to think that a planned room is only large rooms that have plenty of space. With the help of an architect, it is possible to make much better use of a small space and still make bespoke furniture that fits perfectly into the small footage. As a result, it will be possible to adopt a style closer to the decor of the small apartment.
Image 11: This small planned room has a gray TV panel that takes up the entire length of the wall.
Image 12: To add color to the environment, this model features a room with a large potted plant with a species that goes to the ceiling.
Picture 13: Place wallpaper in the room is also a planning option in a small environment for decoration.
Image 14: Small planned room, decorated in neutral colors that offer a feeling of spaciousness.
Image 15: This room features a white racket model attached to the wall with only a few woody details.
Image 16: It is important to pay attention to the size of the sofa so that it does not compromise the passage to the balcony.
Image 17: A planned room with a curtain that covers the entire wall also gives the feeling that the room is bigger.
Image 18: Even with little space to place the TV, it is possible to plan a piece of furniture that adapts perfectly to the available space.
Image 19: Directed lighting is very important to make the decor or accent wall stand out.
Image 20: Even using colors, it is possible to guarantee a small planned room that is harmonious.
Most rooms, whether in houses or apartments, have a television, right? How about leaving it in a beautiful, tailor-made setting? First, it is necessary to measure the available wall and then have a panel made that suits the taste of the residents. This tip seems obvious, but it’s the most important one.
There are also several models and materials, the most common being made of wood because it is easy to adapt according to the size of the room and because of the low cost of the material.
Image 21: This white TV panel model that covers the entire wall from outside to outside guarantees the idea of spaciousness in the room and contrasts with the beige and brown background.
Image 22: But, if you want to guarantee spaciousness and give an even more sophisticated and modern air to the room, a panel with mirrors around it is the best option.
Image 23: It is not because a TV panel is made of wood that it needs to be conventional, it is possible to play with the tones and texture.
Image 24: Combining the colors between the panel and the rack is an excellent option to make your planned room more clean and stylish.
Picture 25: This planned room has a secret: the TV panel also works as a closet too.
Image 26: The more the TV panel fits with the wall measurements, the more it will be discreet and sophisticated.
Image 27: On the other hand, if the goal is modernity, how about placing lights behind the panel with a textured wall?
Image 28: This option also presents the same idea as the previous photo, but with the detail of having niches attached to the panel.
Image 29: Planned room with beige panel matching the rack where the TV is built-in.
Image 30: The fact that the planned room is dark does not prevent placing lighted points in strategic places to highlight.
Before thinking about the flooring, walls and even the furniture, it is necessary to think about the style that your planned room will have, so that the composition is harmonious and the environment is more pleasant. To help you in this difficult mission of choosing the perfect style for your room, we have separated the three most requested of the moment for you to choose the one that best reflects your personality: modern, retro or simple.
Regardless of the size of the space, this style is much more connected with the aesthetics of furniture and decorative items, such as the chandelier and the coffee table, for example. On the other hand, architecture helps a lot since the more flat the colors are, the more modern your room will be. Two important tips to make the environment modern is the highlight of the 3D coating with geometric shapes and classic colors such as white and black.
Image 31: Even in a room with modern cladding it is possible to add decorative items that are old to mix the styles.
Picture 32: This large planned room shows its modern style on the central wall with a glossy coating of the same color as the rack, in a grey.
Image 33: TV room with panel that still works as a fireplace hood.
Image 34: A planned room with good lighting, in addition to offering a direct connection to the outside, also saves the use of lights by keeping the brightness for longer.
Image 35: Often modernity is synonymous with simplicity, in this case there is only an unconventional model sofa on an entirely white wall.
Image 36: This planned room model features a TV built into the large panel that has hidden lighting at the top and bottom.
Image 37: Two integrated rooms decorated in grey, black and wood.
Image 38: The modern style of this room is in the model of the sofa and the targeted lighting.
Image 39: Not always placing armchairs other than the sofa is a bad idea, depending on the chosen models it is possible to have integration with a touch of modernity.
Image 40: On the other hand, in this case you can see the modern touch in the chandelier, lamps and armchairs.
Older houses lavished paintings with drawings and photographs, so if you want to start styling your planned room, paintings are definitely part of the first step. Another very striking item in a retro environment is leather, and furniture made from this material is easily found in second-hand stores. As a result, just give a beautiful illustration that will look brand new.
But if you’re not a fan of paintings or leather furniture, don’t worry, the last tip will undoubtedly be part of your decorating plan: the rug. Older models have several designs, usually in earth tones, and mosaics.
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Picture 41: This planned room shows off its retro style in the chairs, shelf frames and closet.
Image 42: In addition to the leather sofa and paintings, this planned room used industrial and retro style in suspended lighting.
Picture 43: Planned room with all furniture made of wood, colorful pillows and paintings.
Image 44: The prints on the pillows also play a fundamental role in defining the style of the decoration.
Image 45: Some sofa models were remarkable in the 20th century, such as this black leather sofa.
Image 46: Planned reading room with chair and footrest made of wood and leather upholstery.
Image 47: When the architecture is favorable to the chosen style, it is worth taking advantage of important details such as the chandeliers attached to the wall.
Image 48: On the other hand, if your architecture is modern, it is possible to bring together all the elements of a retro decoration to transform the room.
Image 49: The rug in this planned room reveals the retro style with the amount of dishes placed on the coffee table.
Image 50: Retro planned room with fireplace, medieval chandelier, lampshades, rug and coffee table.
When we talk about a simple planned room, it is common that a place without grace comes to mind, all white and without any type of decoration. But that’s not true! A simple room seeks to present only what is essential in a subtle way and with a more minimalist decoration.
For this style of room, it is necessary to think of a more neutral color palette that offers tranquility and harmonizes with other rooms, such as the planned kitchen, for example.
Image 51: This TV room shows its simplicity for the small amount of decorative objects and for the discreet colors.
Image 52: Even a large room can be simple, just use the right colors and only the essentials.
Image 53: In this case there is a mix between the simple and the modern style that is represented by the large luminaire.
Image 54: Even with an environment composed of light and simple colors, it is possible to put an accent color, as is the case of the gray sofa.
Image 55: Likewise, the styling is integrated, but this time it’s with the retro by the brown leather sofa.
Image 56: Just like the previous example, this room has two styles.
Image 57: The color palette that goes from white to beige is responsible for offering the feeling of coziness and tranquility.
Image 58: This all-white planned room features as a highlight the structure of sofas and large cushions.
Image 59: Small environments are the easiest to have a simple style because there is not much space beyond the essentials.
Picture 60: Simple planned room with white walls and black sofa with armchair.
Choosing the color palette should definitely be part of planning a room. This is because it is necessary to understand the meaning and what each one of them represents, in addition to learning to make harmonic combinations that leave the room stylish and not messy.
First, even if you want an entire two-color environment, you need a neutral color, like white for example, to be present in some detail to break up the stronger color. Therefore, the ideal places to abuse color are: walls, furniture, pillows, carpet and lighting, such as lampshades, for example.
Image 61: This planned room harmoniously combines pink and light blue.
Image 62: In this case, the hot pink wall contrasts with the white sofa.
Image 63: On the other hand, it is possible to place colored frames in order to break the strong colors of the wall and furniture.
Image 64: In this model there is a combination between mustard and white with blue accents.
Image 65: Picking a hot spot can also be an innovative way to add color to your planned room.
Image 66: This room plays with different colors as in furniture and decorative elements.
Image 67: In this way, the combination between the dark blue and the yellowish sofa is sealed by means of the pillows and the rug.
Image 68: On the other hand, to make the environment more discreet it is possible to put cool colors in the planning.
Image 69: Room planned in white and pink.
Image 70: The white and blue colors offer the feeling of tranquility, peace, quiet and calm.