By Madelhari Koch. Furniture. Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 21:00:53 PM.
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.
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.
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.
Position your main seating toward the center point, which is typically a fireplace or television. In centered rooms, it’s usually best to float your furniture, ensuring everyone can see from where they’re sitting. This design also allows guests to have easy conversation, because they are grouped more closely together. Add in rugs and coffee tables near the seating to make it clear where the action is.
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