By Otthilde Braun. Furniture. Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 08:25:13 AM.
Open up your living room by placing your sofa lengthwise down the long part of the room. Depending on your room layout, this may be up against a wall or floating more toward the center. This arrangement makes the room feel spacious rather than cramped.
In a long room, it can feel challenging to have close knit conversations. To make this possible, arrange your seating to be less than eight feet apart from each other. If you have an extended room, you can even create two conversation spots. Your second conversational space might consist of a small table and comfortable sitting chairs.
Another way to organize the furniture in a large living room is by creating two or more sitting areas. For example, you can have a cozy window nook, a reading corner, a comfy spot in front of the fireplace with two armchairs and the usual sofa.
Usually, the coffee table, side table or whatever other kind of table you choose to use should be placed in the room at the very end. When you do that, make sure it doesn’t block the traffic and that everyone can sit comfortably without having to change their position because of the angle or shape of your table.
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