By Odbart Schwarz. Furniture. Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 21:15:00 PM.
Place cabinets and bookshelves around the perimeter of the room, creating a cozy and functional framework. With storage placed on the sides, the room feels cohesive and home-like. It also won’t interfere with comfortable conversation and vantage points to the television and fireplace.
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.
Experiment with different configurations. Sit down and analyze the situation. See whether or not everyone would feel comfortable in that particular configuration and, if not, make some changes. Usually the furniture is organized either around the TV or the fireplace so decide if you want one of these elements to be the focal point.
Don’t neglect the traffic in the area. People need to be able to move around freely. If you’ve created a conversation area, they should be able to move around it and not through it. Different configurations allow for different solutions to this issue. Depending on the shape of your living room, you need to establish where the center point should be. This isn’t necessarily the center of the room. It’s usually where the coffee table is and you can easily change it according to your desires.
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