Living Room. Saturday , October 07th , 2017 - 07:35:03 AM
If your living room is your main TV room, it goes without saying that seating needs to be positioned to give a good view of the television, and that it isn’t so far away that viewers need to squint. Living rooms without a TV give you the freedom to choose a more aesthetically pleasing focal point, whether it’s a period fireplace, an ornate mirror or a statement coffee table. If you do have a TV but don’t want it on show when you’re not watching it, you can always hide it away behind the doors of an attractive TV cabinet.
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.
In a large open-plan space you also have the freedom to experiment with oversized designs, everything from statement furniture, wall art or a bold, large-scale design on soft furnishing fabrics or an eye-catching rug. Create zones for different activites so that an open-plan space works well. Furniture can be used to cleverly break up an area with pieces such as storage cabinets being used as a room divider.
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