Your living room is one of the essential rooms in your home because this is where you spend most of your time cuddling on the sofa watching a movie or playing board games. So you should try and make it as comfortable as possible.

Whether your living room is small or large, you still want to make it look cozy and comfortable because a comfortable room pleases and teases an eye in a way that feels fun.

The following are some of the tips that can help you to make your living room more comfortable.

1. Embrace mismatching

Many at times you have walked into rooms that you feel more at home. This perhaps could be because they had all the items you could think of- Art, furniture, accessories, etc. A living room should feel eclectic. This will give a comfortable feeling.

2. Invest in a good couch

The couch is always the heart of the living room. It is where you cuddle up after a long day at work. And it is where the family members pile up to play cards around the coffee table. A comfortable couch will make anybody who enters your house to stay a bit longer lingering on that couch.  So you should invest in quality couch that you know will give you comfort and happiness even in the future.

3. Insulate your roof

Roof insulation especially in residential areas is very common these days. Insulating roof can help to retain heat so during winter there is still heat in the house. This will make your living room more comfortable even if the temperatures are low.

During summers when the temperatures are high, and there is so much heat, an insulated roof or wall will prevent the excess heat from entering your home keeping your home cooler. So you will still feel comfortable in your living room despite the hot weather.

4. You can add some other seating as well

As much as you have an amazing couch in your living room, you may also add other seating options to provide you with more flexibility because you may not want to sit in the same place every day. Having other seating options allow your guests to choose what’s comfortable for them. You can have an armchair or a chaise. Playing around with a mix of different styles can make your living room to feel more comfortable.

5. Use richer tones

One of the easiest ways to add some warmth to your living room is to add some saturated pops of color. Whether your living room is small or large, you can paint your walls a cozy color like red. You can also add accessories such as throw blankets or some decorative pieces to make it feel more cozy and comfortable.

6. The texture also matters a lot

The textiles are crucial when it comes to comfort. Honestly, nobody wants to cuddle up to a throw pillow that feels like plastic. Textiles such as area rug, throw pillows, and throw blankets can add depth and aura to your living room.

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