By Lambrecht Schubert. Sofas & Sectionals. Published at Wednesday, January 03rd, 2018 - 09:25:33 AM.
It’s easy to get hung up on the way a recliner looks also functions instead of how you want your area to function with the recliner in it. Think of your sofa as well as recliner as partners that you could array to work together to achieve a variety of purposes. Add a few pieces to fully enjoy your room’s special features or to fulfill particular needs plus make your confidential space. If viewing television or enjoying a fireplace is the goal, arrange the sofa to face the focal point to provide the best angle for the most people.
In a long, narrow area with the focal point along one of the long walls, the sofa may be backed against the opposite wall. Otherwise, float the sofa if space allows. For a television or fireplace in a corner, choose one of the attaching walls toward which to face the sofa, or float the sofa at the same angle as the focal point in a large area. Place the recliner at a right angle to the sofa,. Leave space behind with in front to recline together with extend the attached foot rest, also known as the ottoman.
To balance the visual weight of the recliner, place two smaller chairs such as dining chairs with arms opposite it. Take advantage of nature’s outdoor display or a relaxing pool or patio setting by arranging the sofa also recliner to be a part of it. Face the sofa toward a cove or picture window or gliding glass doors. Position the recliner opposite the sofa but toward one side so as not to block the panorama but still produce a backdrop behind the chair. Use real or artificial plants as well as perhaps a potted tree to connect the indoors with the outdoors.
Add a backless bench or one with an openwork back for extra seating. Nestle the sofa as well as recliner nearby together for personal conversations. Make a conversation area near the center of the area, or locate it at one end to connect with an adjoining space such as a food prep area. A round cocktail table inspires interaction also is easier to maneuver around when the recliner is extended. Include an extra chair, lamps, end tables with some throw pillows to make chatting together with sharing information more comfortable.
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