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How To Arrange A Living Room

by Susanne Rae Lopez, Esq 02/10/2019

Your living room is one of the most used rooms of the house. It’s where the family gathers and company comes to chat. If the furniture in your living room is not arranged comfortably, then you may not enjoy the space as much as you should. Heed the tips below in order to get the furniture in the living room is arranged for comfort and practicality.  


See How Conversations Will Play Out


You want your living room to be a place where face-to-face conversation actually thrives. Even in the age of the smartphone, people still like a certain kind of connection with one another. Make sure that food and drinks will be in easy reach and that the seating is arranged in a way that allows everyone to be involved with a conversation. 


Use Dividing Factors


If you have a large living room, you’ll need to divide the space with either a room separation apparatus or a piece of furniture. Using furniture actually keeps the room cozy and free from feeling stuffy. If the living room bleeds into another room with an open floor plan, this becomes especially important. Use a sofa, and allow it to face away from the dining area in order to divide the conversation spaces and keep your home’s interior design flowing. 


Use A Focal Point


Most living rooms have a TV or a fireplace, or both. You can keep both on the same wall, or create separate spaces for both activities in order to have some division in the room. There are many different strategies that can be used in order to keep both the fireplace and the television in the same space without making a dizzying focal point.


Think Outside The Box


By arranging your furniture at a diagonal, or different angle than simple straight lines, you’ll be able to give your living room some flavor. First, set the sofa and the coffee table, then create the rest of the space around these establishing angles. This will make the room feel bigger and give it a sense of symmetry with flavor.          


Matching Furniture Gives Flow


By getting matching sofas, chairs, and side tables, you’ll be able to create a sense of symmetry in the room. The way you arrange the furniture ultimately depends on your needs and tastes, but you’ll have a few anchoring pieces to work with that will allow you to make the living room your canvas and your furniture your subjects. Have fun playing with the layout and design of the room. There’s really no right or wrong answers, just simply what will make you happy and what looks good in the space.

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Susanne Rae Lopez, Esq

I am proud to be celebrating 24 years with Tarbell Realtors! I am an attorney as well as a real estate agent. I bring my legal background to the table every day in my professional capacity representing buyers and sellers. As a listing agent, my extensive marketing plan gives a homeowner the opportunity to get the maximum value for his/her property. I utilize all of my marketing capabilities, derived from my 24 years with Tarbell Realtors. I know what it takes to get your house sold. And representing buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of their real estate is my passion. For buyers, I help negotiate the best possible deal and search until I find the perfect property. Nothing satisfies me more than seeing the smiles that come with a successful sale or the purchase of a lifetime. Once a home is in escrow, whether I am representing the buyer or the seller, my expert skills at facilitating the transaction is as valuable as the marketing. Selling and buying a home is a huge transaction. Making sure you have an agent that can represent you professionally and exceptionally is a huge decision. Thank you for choosing me as your Rancho Cucamonga area real estate professional. Do you have any specific questions about my real estate services? I can help you buy or sell your home with a comprehensive strategy designed for you. Susanne also provides services for Deer Creek, CA. To learn more, please contact Susanne.