By Suze Boogaard. Living Rooms. At Tuesday, May 01st 2018, 00:12:06 AM.
The classic gray sectional holds a special place in my heart. Besides being ultra-versatile and investment-worthy from a design standpoint, it was the first piece of furniture my husband and I bought for our first home. Since then, I’ve designed and redesigned our living room around that lovely gray sectional more times than I’ll admit.
She recommends choosing a piece with a low back and arms to "help a small room not feel engulfed by a piece of furniture," and using either standing lamps behind it or sconces above it to light the room without a table lamp.
So why does it feel like a risky move? "I think it's the same reason we often paint small spaces dark—which can feel counterintuitive but actually works so, so well in small rooms (den, powder room, etc.)," says designer Caroline Burke of Anna Burke Interiors. "A sectional can give you that maxed-out seating and help the room feel like a cozy nook, not a cramped back office."
But that´s not all. Apart from the color and the design of the sofa is also something that one needs to take into account. There are L‐shaped sectional sofa which is perfect to define the space. Both small plus large spaces use this but this is more ideal for large spaces since it could be tricky to position it in a small living area.
Today we are going to show you 20‐modern living rooms with white L–shaped sectional sofas. Take a look at how the living areas are designed around this kind of sofa. Here we go: