Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 20:57:44 PM. Furniture. By Madelhari Koch.
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.
Balance is important so you need to get the size right for everything. Small living rooms can’t usually take large pieces of furniture. However, a large sofa can be a good addition to the space as long as the rest of the pieces don’t overwhelm the room.
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