How to plan a living room design?

4 August, 2021 Logan Ramage 4

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    7 August, 2021

    The first thing to do in designing the living room is to choose a style and go with it throughout. Contemporary, art deco, or traditional are all good examples. Next, determine the seating plan. Your optimal seat arrangement would be a diagonal one where the area near your television becomes an extension of that in your seating group and you don't lose or take up any space with armchairs. For example, start from left side of the door and putting a sofa then 2 chairs on each side until reaching your viewing area with 1 chair on either side (about 5-6 feet away).

    7 August, 2021

    You should start with a plan that is not too cluttered and has some breathing space for a group of people to hang out and relax. Choosing furniture that has varied heights, colors, textures, shapes and patterns could accomplish this effect. Knowing the size of your living room will help when deciding what type of furniture to use but the mood you are trying to create should be your main guide in picking pieces. Each piece of furniture that you add to your living room design should satisfy something specific, whether it's needed seating or storage or another function altogether. By filling these needs as you go, you will be able to make the most out of any space without being cramped for options later on in the process.

    7 August, 2021

    I'm assuming you already have a living room, so your options for planning are picking the colors that will fill it. As for determining what furniture to buy and where to put what, that has more to do with your lifestyle. For example, if you often have guests over and you want people to be able to come in through the front door without walking into some couches, then place the couches near the back of the room or against a long wall. This way, when they enter from outside they can walk past by all of them on their way towards other parts of the house.

    7 August, 2021

    Living Rooms are a great opportunity for homeowners to set the tone of their home. The space should be inviting, but not overly formal. It is also a perfect place to showcase your favourite things; often home theatre systems and TV screens can be found in this room where friends can sit and enjoy. Your design plan should consider the colour scheme. Pantone colours will give you a long lasting reliable finish that suits many styles of decorating. However going with metallic colours like copper or metallic grey will offer something different and as they weather these tones will change in appearance too, giving your living room that 'lived in' look we all aspire to achieve.