Sofa. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 20:54:02 PM
If you have two large sofas or a sofa and loveseat that need to comprise a conversational area in your living room consider angling one of the pieces of furniture a bit. Or you could slide one piece of furniture over so the two large seating furniture pieces aren't destined for a head-on collision.
However some people like the charm and architectural appeal of ceiling beams. Particularly in current popular interior design ceiling beams are a star player. For those who have ceiling beams but don't feel that comfortable with them consider painting the beam the same color as the ceiling to lessen its visual impact. Otherwise simply rearrange the sofa so it's not directly under the beam and enjoy.
Pushing the sofa against the wall (the only solid wall in this living room coincidentally) helped the living room immediately feel more stable. However the sofa slid under the shelf just enough to make anyone sitting on this corner of the couch feel uncomfortable like their head was going to hit the shelf.
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