Living Room Design Living Room Furniture

Choose smaller furniture

Use every inch of a living room can be a small challenge. Arrange the furniture, choose the right colors, curtains and accessories for a wide and welcoming place takes time and planning. When you’re working in a limited area, choose smaller furniture pieces with multiple uses, get your own upright and fools the eye to make the room look bigger than it is.


Draw a plane in space. Measure the room and use graph paper so you can draw a rough scale, or just make a sketch. Draw your larger furniture like sofa and chairs. Draw more than one plane and considers different configurations for furniture.

Choose smaller furniture

Paint your walls with light or neutral colors. Keep the ceiling, moldings and white borders. Install baseboards to draw attention up and make the ceiling look higher than it is. Reflects the natural light by installing mirrors on a wall opposite a window.


Purchase the appropriate scale furniture for the room, as a sofa loveseat, and easy chairs instead of a sofa completely. Choose multifunctional pieces like cubes and ottomans in addition to seat, serve for storage. Waiver of a large coffee table, and put in place two ottomans and storage cubes. Or choose one with a glass surface.


Place covers on the furniture that is upholstered with large prints. Keep colors neutral and smooth, and accesoriza with cushions and pillows. It covers all upholstered furniture from the same fabric.

small s facing each other or two chairs in front of a sofa .

Hang curtains over your windows and have it delivered to the floor to make the room look taller. Choose lightweight fabrics that filter natural light instead of heavy fabrics that block.

Install the TV on the wall instead of using furniture that will steal valuable floor space.

Organize your room. Save all the clutter in storage cubes. Put shelves on the wall for books and ornaments.

Place accessories in the room sparingly. Stresses the room with a few choice pieces. Cut your collection and exhibits only a few pieces.