Living Room. Wednesday , August 23rd , 2017 - 05:29:28 AM
If you have a bit more space to play with, bring the furniture away from the walls to create a cosy sitting area. This works especially well in open-plan living spaces, helping to zone the relaxation area from the thoroughfares or dining, cooking and study areas. If the back of your sofa isn’t much to look at, hide it behind a low console table topped with decorative objects. A good rug can also help to zone a living space, making it feel more intimate. Place the front legs of sofas and chairs on the rug, leaving the back legs off, to give mismatched furniture a more unified feel.
Traditional living room, a spacious room is the perfect place to show off a collection, bringing real personality to a scheme. Here, a display of well-chosen antiques adds interest while the collection of ornate plaster pieces runs out into the entrance hall for a sense of continuity.
Zoned living room, how you arrange furniture and flooring, especially rugs, can help divide a large space into zones. In this living room, two facing sofas nestled by the fire and anchored by a bold rug create a cosy place in which to relax and socialise, while the storage area beyond could be used as a media room with television and technology hidden from view when not in use.
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