Sofa. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 20:18:50 PM
The challenge of a small living room like this or one of the challenges is that there are two focal points: the fireplace and a large bay window. These two focal points are already on adjacent walls but the solitary solid wall is adjacent to just one of them. So there is poor feng shui in the need to split the focal points from the sofa if the sofa is going to be anchored to the solid wall. Also the only arrangement of sofa and loveseat conversational area that makes sense is for them to face each other (otherwise the loveseat blocks the fireplace or the entrance of the living room overall). This is a confrontational layout and not ideal for a feng shui sofa.
Feng shui leans toward the connection between feelings of instability in family life and work wealth and health and floating (or unstable) living room sofas. While the correlation might seem odd to some try it: float your sofa in the middle of the living room and see how it feels. Do the same with the sofa against a solid wall. You're going to feel inherently more vulnerable with it floating and more secure with it anchored against the wall.
Be aware that there is a decided correlation with the comfort of a room and proportionate furnishings. Sofas that are too large or a living room that has too much furniture will make the entire living room feel cramped and awkward.
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