Sofa. Monday , March 12th , 2018 - 09:56:29 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.
When a person can't be aware of moving parts around them (when the person is required to face away) s/he will have a harder time feeling comfortable and relaxing because survival instincts will kick in. So even if your sofa for some reason can't be positioned against a solid wall at the very least make sure it is positioned so it's not backed against a window.
However some people like the charm and architectural appeal of ceiling beams. Particularly in current popular interior design ceiling beams are a star player. For those who have ceiling beams but don't feel that comfortable with them consider painting the beam the same color as the ceiling to lessen its visual impact. Otherwise simply rearrange the sofa so it's not directly under the beam and enjoy.
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