By Leota Fuchs. Furniture. Published at Monday, July 09th, 2018 - 08:31:37 AM.
Choose smaller-sized furniture, transparent tables and clean cut designs like sofas with no skirts. Use furniture that is raised, not flush with the ground. By making these changes, you’ll breathe extra space, energy and visibility into your otherwise small space.
When placing your furniture, pay special attention to the way natural light and the views interact with the space. A spacious living room will most likely have enough space for a cozy seating area by the window. If the room has skylights, take full advantage of them.
One option is to arrange all the seating units facing a focal point that can be pretty much anything. For example, it can be a bookcase, a fireplace, a TV, a fireplace or a painting. This way, no matter how you adapt the layout and rotate the chairs, everyone will be able to see the focal point you’ve provided.
If you want to emphasize the spaciousness of the room, then place your furniture against the walls, leaving the center area open. This layout works especially well if the room has curved walls or windows or two sides.
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