Published at Thursday, 18 July 2019. Sofas & Couches. By Giacinta D'Andrea.
When buying a sofa one of the first things to consider is the style. This will depend on a number of things. Firstly, if you are working with a small space you will want to think about the layout and place you want to put the sofa. You do not want a lounge to take up the entire living space, at the same time you want to make sure you have enough seating for when you have visitors.
If you are looking for a more formal feeling for your living room, the standard three person sofa is one way to go. These sofas typically have a more traditional look to them. However, you can still have the seating capacity of a sectional. Pair your sofa up with a loveseat or a second sofa. Depending on how formal you want your living room, you may not have a television. But if you have a fireplace, you want your main sofa facing it. Arrange your loveseat or second sofa off to its side moving towards the fireplace. If you do not have a fireplace, you have the opportunity to design the perfect area for friends and family to gather and catch up with each other. Placing your two sofas directly opposite each other crates a nice warm gathering spot. For some, however, this may seem a little stuffy and old fashioned. If so, you can place a second sofa running diagonally on one side and other chairs or loveseat on the other side running diagonally as well. Do this so you create a triangle instead of a square, with your sofa table in the middle. This way, you can get a formal look yet contemporary feel at the same time.
Probably more money is spent on this room than in any other place in the house since it tends to be larger, provide various spaces, can offer many uses and provides a place for entertaining. A coffee table, two end tables, a large couch, and love seat can make up a set for living room furniture. Some people wish to add a couple of matching chairs or recliners, a desk, and perhaps a couple of plant stands for decorative purposes.
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