Published at Monday, July 09th, 2018 - 08:27:13 AM. Furniture. By Leota Fuchs.
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.
In a slender room, it’s especially important to allow for a walking path. Plan for at least two feet between large pieces of furniture like sofas and chairs. Make sure there’s plenty of space at the entryways, so the layout feels inviting rather than bottle-necked.
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