Published at Sunday, October 21st 2018, 14:53:27 PM. Living Room By Eleanor Ducharme. Find your focal point; then begin arranging your furnishings in a manner that will allow the space to be lived in comfortably while traffic moves freely about the room. This is typically a fireplace, a great view or some area of the room that will hold the most used items like the TV.
Published at Sunday, October 21st 2018, 14:53:07 PM. Living Room By Orane Pelletier. Measure the pieces you intend to keep in the room. If you can locate a roll of painter's tape you will be able to measure the pieces of furniture and place them with the tape to see exactly how the floor space and traffic pattern responds to your ideas. This saves back breaking labor for plans that simply won't work! Invest in a set of 'moving coasters.' These are available at Dollar Stores, discount department stores and all home improvement stores. The most difficult part of arranging a room will become a breeze with these coasters.
Published at Sunday, October 21st 2018, 14:52:47 PM. Living Room By Julie Chicoine. If you have plans on moving to a new house think about furniture, upholstery and collect as many fabric swatches and samples until you find the ones that you love. A lot of online and brick-and-mortar furniture stores would gladly provide you with fabric samples if you asked them. Start your collecting process at least six months before moving or renovation. Make sure to order more than one set of swatches because many fabrics can be discontinued within six months or even sooner.
Published at Sunday, October 21st 2018, 14:52:18 PM. Living Room By Fleur Deblois. Consider adding a sofa table (even if it is a buffet in disguise that will add valuable space for storage, games, etc. that your family uses. When placed at the back of the sofa or love seat it frees up wall space, adds wood tones and a place to add lighting or candles and display space. Cut the legs off of an older buffet and create a special seating area by adding a pillow to the top!
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 14:54:59 PM. Kitchen By Eleanor Ducharme. Combine both of the above with perfectly positioned halogen ceiling lights, directed to the most commonly used areas. This provided us with a safe and well-lit environment around the stove and above the sink and serving areas. The kitchen lighting fixtures used have become a vital addition to our kitchen that we hope will provide satisfaction to our family for many years to come.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 14:54:24 PM. Living Room By Erembourg Guibord. By choosing these seats as a focal point for the room, you can trim down the rest of the living room furniture and arrange the space so as it appears bigger than it really is. After all, clutter will easily create a cramped look for the room, which any homeowner would want to avoid.
Published at Friday, October 19th 2018, 14:54:06 PM. Living Room By Fleur Deblois. The items you use to decorate your living room determine the energy that can flow into the room. Some decorations can help bring in positive energy while others can cause havoc permitting the flow of negative energy in the room. The following Feng Shui items, when added to the living room can help positive energy to flow bringing health and harmony between you and your family, friends and the environment.