Sofa. Wednesday , December 06th , 2017 - 20:44:16 PM
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.
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.
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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