When the majority of people design a furniture program for your living space, they begin by discovering the focal point, then place seats around it. The leftover space can find some bookshelves or pictures on the walls. However, this strategy doesn’t work overly well in bigger rooms, since the space behind the sofa and the wall are too great, which makes the sofas float in the center of the room.
Do you have a wall or corner in the living room that you aren’t certain what to do with? See how designers address these situations.
A reading seat with a contrasting color scheme makes the monochromatic living space longer edgy.
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The asymmetric treatment within this eclectic room creates interest without overpowering the rest of the furniture.
Rachel Reider Interiors
Here, a pair of dining chairs and small table are put beside the bay window, creating a cozy location. This arrangement is excellent for extra seating when amusing.
Putting a desk in a corner guarantees a well-functioning location. Be sure to install adequate lighting.
Jennifer Grey Color Specialist & Interiors Design
The older mirror tip is used to make this living room look larger, while functioning with vintage furniture to create a cabin feel.
Amy Lau Design
Sculptural tree branches anchor the back wall and then add to the living room’s beach theme.
Jennifer Brouwer (Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc)
The corner of the space has an awkward angle, which makes it difficult to place furniture. However, a unique curio cabinet fits perfectly.
Jace Interiors & CreateGirl Blog
Decorative screens aren’t simply for dividing rooms. This technique may be used as a substitute for hanging pictures.
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc..
A glass console table with a supportive architectural column creates a light and airy wall behind the sofa.
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