By Adelbert Hahn. Furniture. Published at Tuesday, July 24th, 2018 - 20:16:58 PM.
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.
Another option is to emphasize the conversation area. This means the furniture needs to be arranged in such a way to allow people to walk around and to face each other when sitting down. You can group sofas and chairs together to make interaction easier.
Make the coffee table the center of attention in the living room. Even though the room is large, you can still pull this off. You can opt for a slightly larger coffee table and arrange a sectional and a few armchairs around it.
When choosing the furniture for your living room, make sure it’s comfortable. Opt for casual designs and increase functionality by pairing different pieces and accessories. Love the way the little side tables are incorporated into the sectional.
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