Laurent. Living Room. October 09th , 2017.
A good starting point is to think about how many people you need to fit in your living room on a regular basis. This will help you to choose the right living room furniture. A large family will need a sizeable sofa and a couple of armchairs at least to make sure everyone has somewhere comfortable to sit. If space is tight, beanbags and poufs are a smart way to sneak in extra seating, and can be stowed away easily at times when there are fewer people in the house.
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.
Seating area with oversized patterns. Oversized patterns, as seen on the rug, work well in large open-plan living rooms, and are a great way to add interest to minimal furnishings. A space-age coffee table and contemporary chairs give this modern living room a James Bond vibe. A wall of windows keeps the room feeling light and airy.
Mid-century style living room. If designing a living room for the family, consider using durable and family-friendly materials throughtout, such as concrete flooring, bricks and timber on the ceiling. For sociable gatherings, choose the biggest sofa your space can handle. This wraparound design works brilliantly when guest come over.
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