Renovating a living room can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but it requires careful planning and knowledge of certain key aspects. Here's a guide to what you need to know and tips for renovating your living room

1. Assessing needs and space

The first question to ask yourself is how you primarily use your living room. Is it for family gatherings, movie nights, or as a workspace? This will influence your design choices. Then come the measurements and layouts: take precise measurements of your living room. This will help you plan the furniture layout and optimize the space for your daily life.

2. Budget and planning

Set a budget: Determine how much you're willing to spend. This will guide your decisions regarding materials, furniture and structural modifications. Once you've established a budget, setting a realistic timetable for your renovation project will take a lot of stress off your shoulders. Consider delivery times for materials and furniture.

3. Choosing a style and theme

Skyworm armchair

There are many magazines, websites and apps to help you find inspiration and decorating ideas. These include Pinterest where many users search for renovation tips and photo inspiration for their interiors.

The magazines DecorMag, Les idées de ma maison or Elle Décoration will provide you with even more content for your renovation or decorating project.

4. Paint and color

When it comes to choosing colors, they can radically change the mood of a room. A maximum of 2-3 colors is often recommended, but your interior is a work of art like any other: there are no rules. If you're looking to accentuate the brightness of your room, white, cream or light grey would be good choices.

If you're looking to add character to your decor, you can opt for one wall in a colorful scheme and the others in more neutral colors. Don't forget to invest in good quality paint for a long-lasting finish.

5. Furniture and layout

Novara Sectional

It's important to choose your furniture according to your habits: whether you live alone, with 2 people or with your family, your daily routine will not have the same rhythm, and your needs will therefore be different.

A loveseat like the Pienza will be more suited to a couple, while a sectional like the Novara will be perfect for a family.

When it comes to layout, you can always try out different layouts once the bulk of the work is done.

6. Lighting

Lighting is an important key point to consider when renovating your living room. Consider natural light sources and add accent lighting to create a warm ambience.

Variety of lighting :

Use a mix of fixtures and table lamps such as the Wattson model by Charles David model, or floor lamps and recessed spotlights.

7. Decoration and accessories

For decoration, bring in patterned or textured cushions, short- or long-pile rugs, or works of art. works of art and plants will bring the space to life. Here again, there are no rules: give free rein to your creativity and inspiration with objects that reflect your personality.

8. Practical considerations

Sofa and loveseat Pienza by Max-Divani

When renovating, remember to take into account sound and heat insulation for greater comfort.

If you'd like to adopt an eco-friendly approach to your renovation work, a number of simple tips, such as using low-VOC paints and recycled materials, will provide you with a more sustainable alternative.

At Casavogue we offer sustainable furniture such as Huppé brand products, and tailor our furniture to each order to avoid excessive consumption.


Renovating a living room is a chance to reinvent and revitalize one of the most used spaces in your home.

With careful planning, a well-managed budget and an eye for design, you can create a space that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

Remember that renovation is a process, and it's important to enjoy every step of this transformation.

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