Cozy & Conversational
Sofas can be arranged to face each other with a coffee table placed in the middle for a conversational favorite. This is perfect for easy conversation with a foundation to hold drinks and snacks! Of course, there are many living room arrangement options, but this is our fan favorite.
Create a defined flow by separating your dining room and living room. Placing a sofa facing away from your kitchen or dining space adds purpose to an open space without boundaries.
Circled & Spacious
Small spaces can be super touchy. Some furniture can actually make a living room appear smaller. In a small living room, find a circular coffee table. Square coffee tables are great for definition but can close off space easily.
Avoid pushing furniture up against the wall, always leave a small amount of space (at least 5 inches). This will create a sophisticated room.
Too boxy of a room? Switch things up and place furniture diagonally. Your space will feel more welcoming. Place all the furniture on the same diagonal line.
Break it up
A common mistake is to throw a sectional into a small living room to create as much seating as possible. Instead, break up your seating by finding small sofas and accent chairs to fit into your space. A large sectional will make your living room look small. Shopping for more than one piece is more fun anyways!