By Nathanael Buysse. Living Rooms. At Sunday, May 20th 2018, 12:26:13 PM.
But this post has gotten really long! So I’m going to save all the other decorating details for part 2. In the meantime, what do you think? Do you struggle to get enough seating in your living space? Do you have a small living room? Do you think (counterintuitive though it may seem) that a large sectional might be your answer? I’d love to know!
Opt for meaningful artwork. A gray sectional can serve as the clean backdrop you need to display meaningful artwork or family treasures. The living room, which is often the hub of family gatherings, is a great place to do that.
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.
Play with scale: When it comes to the size; the furniture piece's size should be considered as well. Big piece of furniture is welcome in small living room but then you should put other smaller pieces so anything is complementing each other. When it comes to the size and measurement; it is about moderation for sure. And if you think you have enough space; you can put a corner sofa for small living room.