By Avice Carreau. Living Rooms. At Monday, May 21st 2018, 23:13:12 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.
There's nothing worse than hosting a movie night or cocktail party without enough seating. One guest ends up in a dining chair at the edge of the fray while another is relegated to the floor. Thankfully, there's the design wonder that is the sectional sofa. The L-shaped seating can typically be configured to be as big or small as you like, ensuring there's room for everyone—and then some.
I still remember hunter green patterned velour, puffy back, reclining sectionals that completely dwarfed even the largest of rooms… and I shudder. But sectionals have come so far since I was a girl in the early 90’s. And I am thrilled to show you how a HUGE sectional was actually the answer to our rather-on-the-small-side family room.
1. If you have children or pets; choose dark grey L shaped sofa. So that if there is stain; it will not be too visible until you clean it. Choose L‐shaped sofa with materials which are easy to clean; for example leather or synthetic rubber. You just need to wipe the stains with wet cloths to clean those materials.