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Old 01-29-2009, 09:40 AM   #1
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living room furniture arrangement


Would like some ideas with placement of LR furniture. Would like ideas using as 1 big room as well as 2 separate rooms, just to see the options. Please use the couch, loveseat, chair and tv (tv needs to stay in corner). The tables and desk can be moved out and placed in another room. Additional seating would be nice to have and I love wing back chairs.

1st pic- standing at Front door so you can see the 2 openings for the kitchen and small dining area

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2nd pic- standing in the opening of kitchen, you are looking at the front door

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3rd pic- standing in opening of dining area (behind the couch) You can see how the room is L shaped from the front door

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4th pic- standing beside the couch looking toward the front room

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living room furniture arrangement


What functions are you looking for for the two rooms? The family room and then a dining room? Or entry? I think to make the family room seem more like a seperate room it would work to put the couch where the recliner is now. If you dont like looking at the back of it when you come in you could scrounge up a table for the back and put a plant and a few doo hickies on it. Technical term.

If you want a dining room for the area next to the family room it could work. Putting a large area rug under it would help, too. A smaller round table if you have one so that it can be placed a little further from the door.

You could also try moving the small table that is under the window to the long wall on your left as you come in the door, and put a mirror over it and a few hooks, to make that more of an entryway. Hmm. That's all I've got. Good luck.

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