Sofas are not a required piece of furniture for a living room, and in many modern homes the sofa simply doesn’t work as well as alternative seating furniture. Here we look at how you can set up a functional and comfortable living room without needing a sofa.
When we think of living room furniture, the first thing that pops to our minds is a large, comfortable sofa. But did you know you can still create a welcoming and warm atmosphere in your living room without a sofa?
Depending on how big your room is, if you want to get a full-size pool table, your room should be at least 15 feet by 13 feet to prevent striking behind when someone uses the pool cue.
Brown leather furniture is the signature piece of any living room. In fact, it is safe to say the stunning patina of leather oozes comfort and coziness. But if you’re not sure what color schemes work with brown leather undertones, you’ve come to the right place. With brown leather furniture, you run the risk of making your living room dark or heavy.
Furniture layout options can feel restricted in a small living room, especially when the items are oversized, such as a sectional sofa. However, a sectional sofa can be used in a variety of ways in a small living room to enhance the atmosphere and provide additional seating space to accommodate more people. Here we look at the various ways you can place a sectional in a small living room.
But when you think of flooring tiles, it is usually the kitchen or bathroom that comes to mind. However, tiles will look just as good in the living room as they do in any other room. This low-maintenance flooring option can give your living room a refined style – provided you choose the right kind of tile.
Hygge is a cozy, minimalist style decor concept that revolves around bringing your loved ones together and appreciating the good things in your life. This interior design trend is a signature of the Danish lifestyle, which is synonymous with the Scandinavian interiors consisting of neutral colors and natural materials.
Accent chairs are chairs that accent the decor around them, typically by being a contrasting color, or they could be a solid color against a patterned wallpaper. If you want to add some accent chairs to your living room, then you’ll need to know how many to buy.
The wall space above your sofa is a prime piece of real estate in your living room. This area is often one of the main focal points in a space, so use it wisely to display some of the things you love. If you are struggling for inspiration, consider these stylish options.
When buying furniture for your home, you may be wondering to what level your furniture needs to match. Many retailers sell collections or ranges of furniture which are all designed in the same style, so it is possible to find furniture for different rooms in your home which all match each other. But is this something that you should aim for? Here we will look at when furniture and dining room furniture should match and when it doesn’t need to.
Recliner chairs and sofas are a popular way of relaxing, allowing the user to lay back and get comfortable while also being supported. They can take up a lot of space and require room in front of the chair for the footrest to be used. These layouts show how recliners can work in living rooms.
If you have a staircase in your living room, you might find it to be an inconvenience, taking up floor space in the room or negatively affecting the style of the room. Here we look at a variety of living rooms with stairs where these issues have been resolved.