The Block 2016Contemporary Living Room, Melbourne

Ben & Andy Living and Dining Room

Trendy open concept medium tone wood floor living room photo in Melbourne with white walls, a ribbon fireplace and a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Capture the Eye: How to Identify and Work With Focal PointsOct 31, 2016

Open PlansIn an open plan with separate seating areas or functions, give each area one focal point. In this case, that would be the TV wall and the chandelier hanging above the dining tableYou can then also include a dominant focal point between them that ties the whole space together, or simply leave it out for a more subdued look. To me, if you cover up the painting, the space feels a little lacking in energy, but your preference may vary.Either way, the painting acts as a focal point to the space as whole, rather than to one of the functional areas. Placing a focal point on the dividing line between zones helps the room feel less rigidly segmented and more harmonious.

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Zethu Dumakude added this to KikuyuJun 17, 2018

lamp, creating a new focal point with a painting

Joanna Fricot added this to Joanna's ideasMay 2, 2018

I like the painting the choice of colours

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