Published at Friday, 09 February 2018. Living Room. By Maryse Bourdette.
Like the name implies, the living room is easily one of the most important rooms in our homes. Unlike basements, kitchens or bathrooms, the rest room is usually our first thought when it comes to decorating a new home. At the same time, rest rooms need to be one of the most versatile spaces in your home. They take on a number of different roles which can make getting the decor just right, a bit of a challenge. For some, the reception room is still a more formal space reserved primarily for entertaining guests; for others it's a very casual space. It's where we kick back after a long day to rest and relax or where we wile away the hours during a long weekend enjoying leisure activities like watching TV and reading. Living room design ideas coming up these days keep in mind the requirements and needs of the people, so their investment is guaranteed to be in safe hands.
Kept spotlessly clean, the living room location permitted the homemaker to entertain guests without their getting far into the dwelling (where messes lurked). A home maker might comfortably engage in polite and interesting conversation, and make an impression on guests in the living room. That location, the most formal, coat-and-tie room in the house, exuded sophistication as well as cleanliness and it wordlessly identified the family as rising in social status (or it did not). But, housing changed in the U.S. in the 1970's when people wanted to express themselves, to have more choice, and they cared less about what guests thought of them.
Place your sofa in the area with the largest blank space open that also allows the people in the room to enjoy the focal point. Leave at least two feet between sofas, chairs and love seats and the coffee table. Anything less is uncomfortable, feels crowded and causes knee injuries and a painful experience in your home.
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