Arranging Sofas In The Living Room: 10 Tips Any Room Will Benefit From
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Arranging sofas in the living room — especially if the room is spacious — is a very creative task that leaves a lot of room for the imagination. And, when it comes to accessorising, the sky is virtually your limit. Here are some of the most best ideas on stylishly arranging sofas in the living room to make its interior memorable and impressive:
Stick to the classics
The approach we are all used to presupposes a classic next to a wall arrangement with a coffee table and a TV stand in front of a sofa. Even though the solution is not at all new, there is nothing really wrong with it. Choosing eye catching furniture — like a leather sofa and a glass coffee table with an unusual base will breathe new life into the oldest decoration themes.
Make relaxing area larger
If the living room is not that small, you can dedicate more space for your soft area. That is, place a couple of recliners on both sides of the sofa. Ottomans instead of recliners are another impressive idea that will give the room stylish and unusual look.
Explore corners with modular furniture
Corner furniture is not only a more unusual decoration solution, it is also one of the most space efficient approaches to room decoration. A corner modular sofa will fit into any room, opening up more space in the middle and making it look a little larger.
Mix match your soft furniture
If you go with more than just one soft furniture unit in the room, you get a chance to play with your colour palette. Mix matching your sofa and recliners is one of the sweetest, most impressive ideas on arranging sofas in the living room. If the sofa features a neutral colour (white, beige, black, etc.), recliners may come in any other shade you have in mind.
Go wild with decorative cushions
A sofa will not look impressive enough unless you decorate it with cushions. Here, the brighter — the better, and mixing different colours is always beneficial.
Do not underestimate rugs
A rug can also be a very stylish contrast in the room, especially if you match it to decorative cushions colour. For example, bright combination of red cushions and a matching rug will look very eye catching next to a white sofa.
Other accessories are important, too
A coffee table might benefit for a little accessorising as well. A flower arrangement, a figurine, or a simple magazine on top of it complement your living room decoration picture.
Work with your wall colours
Apart form rugs and cushions, wall colours can serve as contrasting means, too. For example, you can blend the wall behind your soft furniture with the upholstery shade. This will make the room more stylish and will visually increase its space.
Bring more light into the picture
And, of course, do not forget to properly highlight the area — whether with recessed ceiling lights or unusual floor lamps.
Stick to quality solutions
The last tip is to always choose in favour of higher quality furniture — in the long run, the investment is well worth it.