Sofa. Monday , March 12th , 2018 - 10:16:29 AM
Unfortunately in keeping with some interior design “rules” that I discovered a couple of years ago the sofa is pulled away from the wall floating in the center of the room. This is supposed to help the room flow more freely and spaciously; however in this instance it does more to crowd the space than anything else.
Sectionals are popular sofa options for today's living room likely because they fit more people in less seating space. However sectionals result in bad feng shui because the “L” shape of most sectionals inherently forms a large hard angle (“poison arrow”) in the living room.
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.
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