By Angela Koningh. Living Rooms. At Friday, June 01st 2018, 07:46:30 AM.
Ever considered a large sectional in a small living room? This light, bright living room is anchored by a large blue gray sectional and accented with natural wood and white highlights. Tour this gorgeous rustic modern living room and find out why a sectional might be the best piece for your family room.
So we completely redid the fireplace and created a bookcase nook for the tv (you can read all about that project here), which realigned the room much more logically. But even with the addition of a wingback chair, we could still only seat 5 people really comfortably. Since we are now a family of 6, that proves to be rather disappointing.
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."
Monochromatic tones: Small room is possible to accommodate large furniture as long as it shapes simple and monochromatic. Colors also play role in creating impression in a room. When you choose a monochromatic color to your furniture; it creates a lightweight impression. It also will be infused to the background or the wall.
Convertible sofa: Having a convertible sofa in your living room will allow you to welcome a guest who will stay over the night even though you do not have a guest room. Besides for sofa; it can be converted for a cozy bed. Most sectional sofas offer this feature. If you have enough room to accommodate this furniture piece; you should go for it. Other than that; a convertible sofa can be such a sofa set for small living room.