Sofa. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 20:26:52 PM
In feng shui when two pieces of furniture directly face each other it results in the “confrontational position” which is uncomfortable for most people. Most people inherently want to be slightly off-center from whomever they are talking with rather than directly in front.
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.
The sofa is typically the main furniture piece in a living room. While interior trends lean toward floating the furniture out in the middle of the living room this is actually poor feng shui. In order for people to feel truly secure the largest seating element of a space should be “anchored” against a solid wall (similar to the headboard in a bedroom).
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