Sofa. Monday , March 12th , 2018 - 10:03:20 AM
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.
This living room sofa setup could use some of the tips from this article. In this somewhat small living room there is one sofa one loveseat and one chair for sitting on. (Plus a piano and piano bench not shown fully here.) Getting the layout right is critical for this space.
The challenge of a small living room like this or one of the challenges is that there are two focal points: the fireplace and a large bay window. These two focal points are already on adjacent walls but the solitary solid wall is adjacent to just one of them. So there is poor feng shui in the need to split the focal points from the sofa if the sofa is going to be anchored to the solid wall. Also the only arrangement of sofa and loveseat conversational area that makes sense is for them to face each other (otherwise the loveseat blocks the fireplace or the entrance of the living room overall). This is a confrontational layout and not ideal for a feng shui sofa.
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