The biggest mistake you can make when shopping sofa furniture is choosing a set that is too big for your room. Before you visit the showroom, measure your space and bring the dimensions with you. Visual clutter, such as ornate details and busy patterns, can make a small space feel even smaller. Keep it simple with clean-lined furniture and large-scale prints.
A console table for your TV is another good piece to build on. Starting with a sofa table will provide a place for your TV now, and it can be repurposed when you’re ready to invest in an entertainment center with more storage and display space. To finish your space makeover, incorporate simple, sheer window treatments.
Not all sofa couches are created equal. When it comes to size, sofas can range from around 75 inches long to over 100 inches in length. These metro-sized sofas were designed specifically for tight quarters.
A fireplace and sofa velour sectional velvet tufted green with chaise purple makes for a fabulous focal point, so consider providing everyone with either a view of it or a spot next to it. This arrangement does just that, and it creates the perfect visual balance on both sides of the room. To tie the pieces together, position your area rug so that the sofa and fireplace face its longer sides. This will eliminate that landing strip look while visually establishing a conversation area.
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