Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 00:43:40 AM by Danielle Kerr. Interior Design. Transitional is a comfortable style that draws from traditional and contemporary lines. This popular style works well for updating a traditional home without going in an entirely different decorating direction. If your room already has a strong style story, simple additions won’t detract from what you already have in there. If your room is neutral or decorated in simple furnishings, then look for dynamic new pieces that give your space that pulled-together look.
Published at Thursday, September 26th 2019, 00:47:11 AM by Ron Hines. Living Room Furniture. If you have no free walls and a centered fireplace, float seating in the center of a room filled with doors and windows. Face chairs and sofa toward each other to encourage conversation. Anchor the conversation grouping with a rug and large coffee table. Frame the space with additional seating and cabinets for storage, positioned around the perimeter of the room along the walls. Arranging furniture around a fireplace, especially in the winter, makes your living room feel inviting and cozy.
Published at Sunday, October 20th 2019, 10:28:45 AM by Abigail Connolly. Sofas. A sofa with storage inside has a base that creates a large drawer. We can store all kinds of things in here: books, blankets, clothes, important documents, or even our savings. These compartments are usually found under the sofa and are covered by the same fabric and padding that cover the rest of the sofa. Of course, there are many more kinds of sofas, such as the ergonomic (for those who suffer back pain) and those that can transform into a bed. Which type of sofa fits your needs best?
Published at Friday, November 15th 2019, 09:49:42 AM. Living Room Furniture By Erin Gardiner. 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. If you like to entertain in your living room, it’s a good idea to have a few lightweight side chairs that can be moved into more sociable arrangements when people come to visit. Small side tables or nesting tables are another handy addition, giving guests a place to perch their drinks.
Published at Friday, November 15th 2019, 09:21:57 AM. Living Room Furniture By Danielle Kerr. Give the space a cozy feel and tie the living room together with area rugs. Position a floor lamp near the reading chair and accent end tables with a table lamp or two. Finally, round out the look with small home accessories, such as candles, botanicals and artwork. Drape decorative pillows and cozy throws over sofa and chair arms for form and function. Fill blank wall space above the living room furniture with prints, mirrors and framed family photos for a personal touch.
Published at Friday, November 15th 2019, 09:11:47 AM. Living Room Furniture By Audra Cobb. Every piece of furniture we make has a personality of its own—from the Robyn bed’s country casual vibe to the Vivica chest’s go-glam-or-go-home attitude. There isn’t a chair, chest, ottoman, or etagère that doesn’t make a statement; we designed them that way! Recently we imagined what our furniture would say—how it might introduce itself, for example—if only it had the chance. We featured some table talk in our October magazine, but the conversation didn’t stop there
Published at Wednesday, November 13th 2019, 07:06:52 AM. Living Room Furniture By Anthony Alexander. The living room is a very important room. It’s the room where guests are hosted and where many spend a great deal of their time. It is often the heart of your home and the room where people are drawn, which is why decorating it is so important. A living room comprises a number of different components all working together. These elements can work to either make your design cohesive or create contrast to provide a dynamic and interesting visual depth.
Published at Wednesday, November 13th 2019, 06:45:32 AM. Sofas By Amy Freedman. Another important aspect to consider is getting the right size and shape sofa for your home. For example, if you have to put it in the corner of a small room, you should measure the exact amount of space you have reserved for it. Additionally, you should also measure the width of your door to make sure the sofa can fit through it and ensure that the space you put your sofa in compliments the size of your sofa whether small or large (e.g. a smaller sofa for a smaller room or bedroom and a large sofa when you have more space to fill).
Published at Wednesday, November 13th 2019, 06:23:35 AM. Living Room Furniture By Abigail Connolly. The key to a good furniture arrangement is all in the details—especially side tables and coffee tables. Consider your room size and furniture arrangement when choosing the right coffee table. Use round pedestal tables as side tables between chairs and sofas. The curves of round tables make them easier to navigate around. When space is tight, use nesting tables for flexible use when needed.
Published at Tuesday, November 12th 2019, 09:31:09 AM. Living Room Furniture By William Garcia. Once you have chosen seating, add tables. A classic wood accent table looks timeless in a classic living room, and tables of glass or marble are on-trend and modern. Strategically place end tables near chairs to hold drinks (do not forget coasters), remotes, books and more. If you have space, add a console table behind a sofa for table lamps and accents and decor.