Published at Thursday, October 05th 2017, 22:16:02 PM by Birgit Kruger. Living Room
In general, a large living room requires larger furniture while a small living room should have smaller furniture. Keep in mind that in a smaller space, it might look best with two small pieces of furniture rather than a large couch. In some spaces, even having a few different chairs rather than a sofa and loveseat might suit the room better or having a small couch with two armchairs on each side. While the ultimate decision of which furniture suits the room best is a personal choice, keep the rules relating to the furniture size in mind. Too large furniture crowds a small space while too small furniture leaves too much open space in a large room.
Sitting on the Chairs and Couches: One of the keys to furnishing a living room in style is the comfort of your furniture. Uncomfortable furniture may look great, but it does not invite family and friends to relax and enjoy the setting. While this may be the third consideration on the list when buying your living room furniture, it is no less important. People like to relax on furniture nowadays and not sit straight backed as if in a Victorian sitting room. The harder it is to get out of the chair, the more comfy it is (of course not physically harder, that would imply a very deep seat!).
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