The beauty of living room furniture is that it creates a whole host of places for you to store your items, be they books or bills, so even the messiest person can have the minimalist home they dream of. The best thing is the variety of items available, so whatever size or style of room you have to work with there is furniture to suit. For example, there’s the TV stand to hold your television, DVD player etc., and there are often shelves or drawers with which you can store DVDs and games in. They also serve the added function of discreetly hiding the mass of wires from your electronics, so helps stop the risk of tripping over or animals chewing the cables. Aside from this, they just look good. The style of the stands generally means that they can be fitted neatly into a corner, and so utilize otherwise wasted space in the room.
Do you find it difficult to choose a living room layout? This infographic put together by The FurnishedUp Blog makes it easy for anyone to decide on a practical decorating scheme. Developed around the user’s personal needs, the information below counts for quality advice when planning your house. For example, if you would like to direct attention to a particular focal point in your living room (be it a bookcase, fireplace, television set or a fantastic view), all furniture should be oriented towards that focal unit, with armchairs, pillows and ottomans creating an inviting conversation circle. If you plan on having a kids-friendly interior, setting up “areas” is considered the best way to go. Simple partitions can be used to create a distinction between the children’s space and the adults’ conversation zone. Three further options are illustrated below, feel free to “investigate” and choose what layout best suits your own living room.