Space can be defined as the parameters of the room in terms of length, width, and height. Most living rooms are large, sometimes the largest in the house. Therefore plan accordingly for the size of the living room when doing your living room design.
Once your guests have cleared the 'security' stop point of your foyer/entry area of your home, it' time to introduce them to a more personal you. Invite them into your 'Living Room,' the one space where family and friends always seem to meet!
Consider adding a sofa table (even if it is a buffet in disguise that will add valuable space for storage, games, etc. that your family uses. When placed at the back of the sofa or love seat it frees up wall space, adds wood tones
Questions to consider when developing a plan for your family living room design include use, space, and location.
Place the pieces and sit down, have a 'mock' conversation and gently 'live' in the space before selecting the right grouping. You will be a force to be reckoned with if you achieve a comfortable seating arrangement!
Usually 53 to 60 inches in width, and 34 to 38 inches in height and depth, loveseats complete a living room set without taking up too much space. As probably the largest piece of furniture in the room, loveseats play a pivotal role in the
The Functionality of the Room- This is the first step in the makeover of the room. The nature of the household and the needs of the family have their say in this process. Whether you want to use the Living room as the bedroom or
Change the fans and chandeliers for replacement fans and lighting that suit your décor. Once the room is completed, you can add lighting on tables to compliment your design choices. Remember, it matters little what it appears to be when you start, your goal is
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