By Jeannine Buteau. Living Rooms. At Tuesday, May 08th 2018, 22:33:52 PM.
Let me start by stating the obvious to my regular readers: I’ve never really shown this room on the blog before. When we first moved in, we had the tv on a bench in front of the window, two oversized brown leather pieces floating opposite the tv, a bookcase tucked into the corner, and an old tufted ottoman in the center. They all looked beautiful in our old living room (where the tv hung on the wall above the fireplace), but in this room they were awkward and totally inefficient. The room felt cramped, and we could still only seat 4-5 people.
Designers agree for both practical and stylistic reasons: "Typically sectionals can double your seating," says Victoria Hagan, whose new book Dream Spaces debuts this October from Rizzoli. And maxing out the seating options in a small living room is of course paramount, whether your goal is to fit the whole family for movie night or just successfully stretch out (we repeat: stretching out is not possible on a love seat).
I think the round shape makes it feel like there’s much more floor space and feels balanced no matter how far it is from the corner of the sectional… And mom doesn’t have to go batty when it gets pushed askew by the littles. Suffice it to say, I love how our family room turned out. And I’m excited to share with you more details about the space…
This great spacious sofa bed "supplies" ultimate comfort when lounging and resting or sleeping the night away. It could convert "rapidly" with capably into a single or twin or double bed. The ABC Sofa‐Bed is as easy as it gets.
This squared—off variant on the classic Chesterfield style has chrome‐plated legs also a choice of three different colors. You may never go "back" to your regular bed again!