The thing to remember is that you truly don’t require much space in a living room. A living room is for interacting, for gazing at the flame or for viewing TV. Mostly, it’s for conversation. You do not require space to do yoga at the living room. In fact, provided that you can walk around the coffee table, you’re fine.
You can pack a lot of design into 100 square feet. However, if you lean toward traditional or like to go boho diverse, making a little living room function is about picking a focus and organizing the right furniture in the right configuration.
Listed below are 11 well-done gems in as many different styles.
Meredith Heron Design
If you have a fireplace, make it the attention of this space. Arrange the furniture at a romantic arc, rectangle or square around it. And remember, you don’t have to be facing it for it to be the attention.
Roger Hirsch Architect
The classic combo: a sofa, two chairs and a coffee table. That is really all you want to create a cozy and intentional conversation area. And as long as individuals are not bumping their knees when they sit down, you’re fine.
For Folks design
This really is really a time-management arrangement: a sofa and two chairs at a 90-degree angle using a side table functioning equally. A big upholstered ottoman does triple duty as a coffee table, extra seating and a footrest.
Nichole Loiacono Design
If your space is two rooms in one, make sure they are connected by decor, color and style. Here, There’s no gap between the living area and the little dining room
Structures Construction Company
The colors, materials and contemporary eclectic design are carried through this open space, but each little segment is focused and characterized by region rugs and furniture placement.
Use a sofa as a pool. And put it close to the focal point (here it is the fireplace) as you can without what is looking squished.
Go miniature. There is not any reason a love seat can not be the primary sofa. This space is formal and cozy at precisely the exact same time.
Laura Bendik Interiors
It’s possible to go very formal and traditional in a little space. The glass coffee table, mirror and light colors make this space seem bigger than it is.
An open-backed chaise similar to this one creates a sense of openness and space but keeps things intimate and close.
Tracy Stone AIA
A built-in sofa is a significant space saver.
The Decor Fix
Two little side tables (or even nightstands) make a good coffee table and can easily be rearranged depending on the need.