- 1 Spacious Living Room
- 2 Create Focal Point
- 3 Choose One Big Furniture To Make it Bigger
- 4 Scale Down Furniture
- 5 Get Creative with the Layout
- 6 Remove Clutter
- 7 Use Decor For Visual Interest
- 8 Keep Simple And Cozy
- 9 Go all White And Keep Curtains Light
- 10 Choose A Big Rug
- 11 Add Ottomans
A living room is often the hub of a house, but when it’s cramped and narrow, choosing and arranging furniture can feel like difficult for us, especially for studio apartments and small homes, the question is not just how to make the living room furniture layout work, but it’s how to make it all work in a way that serves our purposes while still leaving room to breathe.
Spacious Living Room
To have a small living room that can do it all and still feel spacious. We have to maximizing the potential of a small living room with carefully selecting furnishings that fit the space and can serve multiple purposes. Getting creative with your layout and finding ways to arrange your furniture to make use of every square foot, even those awkward corners. From there, you’ll want to choose decor, such as art and mirrors, that adds personality without taking up space.
Create Focal Point
When we walk into a room, the first thing we notice is the room’s focal point. It may an attractive feature, such as a fireplace or view, or it may be a not-so-fabulous television or blank wall. The focal point of a room influences the arrangement of furniture. Decorating the room to emphasize the focal point is a great way to re-energize the space. It also takes the focus off the less attractive features of the room.
Choose One Big Furniture To Make it Bigger
To make a small room look bigger it’s best to use larger pieces of furniture, but fewer of them. For instance, in a small living room, instead of trying to fit in a sofa, chairs, ottoman, coffee table and side tables, try using a regular-size sofa, a large ottoman that doubles as a coffee table, and perhaps a single side chair.
Scale Down Furniture
In a narrow living room, every piece of furniture matters. Choose leaner tables and wall sconces to save much-needed floor space. For seating, tight-back sofas and club chairs are your friends. Consider wall-mounted shelves and a floating desk over bulky bookcases and workstations.
Get Creative with the Layout
Limited space challenges you to think beyond seating conventions. If the room is narrow but also long, It recommends placing sofas back-to-back to allow for two seating areas.
Clutter is a big problem for small rooms. More clutter make your room become narrow. So Make it sure that everything has a place and everything actually stays in its place. In a small space even the smallest amount of clutter will affect the overall look of the room.
Use Decor For Visual Interest
To making it feel bigger and more interesting. It recommends adding a larger attention to balance scale, such as a piece of art or built-in bookshelves. Try an eye-catching gallery wall or artwork or mirrors, or add a bold accent wall or wallpaper.
Keep Simple And Cozy
Cozy means Keep it simple but you can seating close together and intimate. It will make your room feel bigger or spacious.
Hang Artwork with Wide Frames and Mats
It’s better to use fewer furniture but larger pieces of art. Use artwork to create a focal point and place smaller pieces in larger frames. Gallery walls are still an option, but instead of using many small pieces grouped together use fewer pieces with wider mats. The effect will be the same but the space will feel less crowded.
Go all White And Keep Curtains Light
Keep walls and floors all white to brighten up the space. A gallery wall with wide-matted art and white frames blends in with the wall, so the effect is eye-catching — yet not a bit cluttered. That way you can make a colorful piece of furniture the focal point of the room, so it’s not like the walls are closing in on you. Light curtains and shade help maximize the light in a small living room. It’s even better if you can match them to your wall color
Choose A Big Rug
Choosing a larger rug — even in a— is a trick that makes a room feel bigger. Unlike smaller rugs, the large size doesn’t visually break up the floor.
Usein place of a traditional coffee table to make better use of your space (because, let’s face it, a tiny house means your living room often does double or triple duty when people come over). You can top them with a tray to hold flowers and books, or call them into use as extra seating