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Sitting room furniture arrangement
maisiekl
December 25, 2012 in Design Dilemma
I have finally gotten all of my furniture for my sitting room. The problem is that the shape of the room is so awkward that its nearly impossible to create an inviting layout. I am asking for any suggestions on how to arrange my furniture as well as any additions the room could use- including decor!
I have tried to put the couches across from each other, although the room just seems too wide. Any other opinions? Thanks!
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decoenthusiaste
You would probably be happier with one couch and two chairs. Couch facing FP, perpendicular to the window and chairs flanking the FP or facing the window. Use a sofa table in front of the window, raise the drapes just above the arch (add a border to bring them back to the floor,) put a third smaller armchair and bookcase under the two prints by the entry for a reading nook. I would also suggest larger built-in cabinetry on either side of the FP.
December 25, 2012 at 1:28PM     
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