Sofa. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 20:13:53 PM
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.
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.
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.
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