Living Room & Hallway

Traditional or trendy? Minimalist or cozy? Find sofas, armchairs, coffee tables, ottomans and more in a broad range of superb designs that enrich your life style. Size does matter. Carefully select your main furniture pieces to best utilise your living area space. A craftily angled sofa or a strategically placed coffee table can create a focal point for the rest of the room. Juxtapose colours, textures and styles to define your own unique environment.

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What is living room furniture?

Your living room or lounge room furniture is usually made up of a couch and a combination of other pieces. The sky is your limit when it comes to what you can decorate with, but here are some common furniture pieces found in the living room:

-Side tables
-Coffee tables
-Console and hall tables
-Occasional and accent chairs
-TV units
-Ottomans and benches
-Couches, sofas and lounges
-Accent stools
-Display shelves
-Storage and wall units
-Bookshelves and bookcases
-Sofa beds
-Accent chests and cabinets
-Screens and dividers
-Bean bags

How to arrange living room furniture

There’s no one which way to arrange your living room furniture because every home is designed differently, and more often than not, your rooms design will inform where your furniture goes. In most cases, placing the television and couch parallel to one another is ideal, but this may not work in all lounge spaces.

Once you’ve found a space for your TV and lounge, think about filling the space with what you’ll need practically. For some people, that’ll mean a coffee or side table, and for others, that may mean a large bookshelf.

How to mix and match furniture for a living room

Living room furniture sets aren’t for everybody, so here’s three things to keep in mind when mixing and matching lounge room furniture:

-Furniture style

It’s fine to pick living room furniture pieces in different styles, as long as there’s some common ground between them. For example, similar wood finishes or pieces all from a similar time period.

-Fabric colours

When mixing colours, it’s important to consider how they compliment each other. Keep colours within the same hue, such as pastels, for a more cohesive look.

-Patterns

Limit the number of patterns in one room to five to ensure they’re not clashing.

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