Sofa. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 20:23:11 PM
Conversely sofas that are tiny or all alone have a tendency to make a large living room feel empty and awkward. Choose a sofa (and other furniture) that is proportionate to the room. While you may not want a single huge sofa if your living room is large consider purchasing a sofa and loveseat or two sofas to help keep ratios intact for optimum comfort and security.
When a sofa is placed on the opposite wall of a living room focal point (e.g. fireplace large picture window a TV eye-catching wall etc.) it divides the room and creates a feeling of discord. Instead position the sofa on the same wall as or the neighboring wall to the focal point so as to bridge the gap so to speak. The sofa's arrangement in this way allows people to enjoy the focal point(s) more fully without any division.
This living room sofa setup could use some of the tips from this article. In this somewhat small living room there is one sofa one loveseat and one chair for sitting on. (Plus a piano and piano bench not shown fully here.) Getting the layout right is critical for this space.
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