Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 00:43:40 AM by Danielle Kerr. Interior Design. Try a dark wall color for bold living room update. Dark walls create an intimate and inviting feeling in a room. They are great for living rooms, libraries, dining rooms and bedrooms. When you use a dark color on the walls, keep the floor and ceiling finishes lighter. The deep blue wall color in this living room highlights the coffee table, making it the focus of the room. Use this technique to show off a special table or beautiful display of objects.
Published at Wednesday, November 06th 2019, 09:20:26 AM by Danielle Kerr. Living Room Furniture. Floor lamps take the place of side tables, so the coffee table should come within arm’s reach so guests can set drinks down. There are some floor lamp designs that come with a table attached as well. Table lamps are self-explanatory—just make sure they don’t take up the entire table top. Chandeliers should be centered above the main seating area, or flush-mount fixtures make sense anywhere on the ceiling since they don’t hang down. Spot lighting can call attention to art works, sculptures or library built-ins as well.
Published at Wednesday, September 25th 2019, 00:36:47 AM by Audra Cobb. Living Room Furniture. Online shopping is the new normal. And while getting paper towels and your multivitamins on repeat order is a no-brainer, there are some areas of the home that most people find a little intimidating. Furniture can be a fairly large purchase for a home, and shopping sight-unseen can be, in a word, daunting. While the showroom experience appeals to many, unless you live in design meccas like New York or Los Angeles, you may have to head to the web to get the best options, brands and designs. And like buying anything online, taking your time and getting the details right can make the difference between a deal and a disaster.
Published at Friday, November 15th 2019, 09:49:42 AM. Living Room Furniture By Erin Gardiner. When arranging living room furniture, there’s no need to crowd; leave room for traffic and an entry drop spot. Cozy key seating pieces up to the fireplace facing each other. Use end tables as landing spaces on both ends of the sofa. Pair chairs to balance the visual weight of the sofa and to maximize seating. The living room furniture arrangement should account for visiting guests, but still feel cozy when it is only you and your family.
Published at Friday, November 15th 2019, 09:21:57 AM. Living Room Furniture By Danielle Kerr. The sofa can be an integral part of your living room. It is the place where people are drawn to sit, as well as the piece of furniture that you are likely to point toward your main focus. Whether that focus is a television or a fireplace, your sofa will likely face it. There are a number of sofa options to choose from. The most traditional of which is the classic sofa. This is a standard in most living rooms and typically offers seating for three persons comfortably. This kind of sofa comes in a wide variety of styles, materials, and designs and is often very easy to reupholster.
Published at Friday, November 15th 2019, 09:11:47 AM. Living Room Furniture By Audra Cobb. Floor lamps take the place of side tables, so the coffee table should come within arm’s reach so guests can set drinks down. There are some floor lamp designs that come with a table attached as well. Table lamps are self-explanatory—just make sure they don’t take up the entire table top. Chandeliers should be centered above the main seating area, or flush-mount fixtures make sense anywhere on the ceiling since they don’t hang down. Spot lighting can call attention to art works, sculptures or library built-ins as well.
Published at Wednesday, November 13th 2019, 07:06:52 AM. Living Room Furniture By Anthony Alexander. To do so, include a series of comfortable chairs that face away from the walls and toward each other, with a shared coffee table at the center. To maintain that sense of ease mentioned by Shea Homes, this configuration is ideal for spaces that have a single entry point, with all sofa or chair backs positioned safely against walls and corners.
Published at Wednesday, November 13th 2019, 06:45:32 AM. Sofas By Amy Freedman. Choosing a sofa isn’t easy. That’s why our biggest recommendation is to take your time to choose the right one and shop around to see your options. Remember that paying a little more for quality is worth it when it comes to sofas. Also, don’t forget to take your room’s style into consideration, as well as the size of the space and the number of people who will be using it.
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. If you have a bit more space to play with, bring the furniture away from the walls to create a cosy sitting area. This works especially well in open-plan living spaces, helping to zone the relaxation area from the thoroughfares or dining, cooking and study areas. If the back of your sofa isn’t much to look at, hide it behind a low console table topped with decorative objects. A good rug can also help to zone a living space, making it feel more intimate. Place the front legs of sofas and chairs on the rug, leaving the back legs off, to give mismatched furniture a more unified feel.