The couch solely contributes to making your living room a relaxed and welcoming space, among all other pieces of furniture. Sometimes, you end up with a compact living room and you’re unsure of how to arrange furniture to make it feel bigger. Or sometimes, you have a big living room which isn’t essentially rectangular or square shaped, which puts you in an arrangement dilemma again. Here are a few different sofa arrangement ideas for you:
Room within a room
Conversations flow more easily when you are seated face to face, or around a table, because of the proximity. The room within a room layout works best for this purpose – it creates a centred, dedicated area for lounging and talking. Arrange your sofas – the single seaters and the long couch, around your coffee table, with an area rug underneath. If you have a bigger living room, you can actually have this arrangement floating in the centre, or you can create it toward a corner.
In smaller living rooms, an L-shaped couch pushed to the corner where two walls meet, can help in saving space. Not only does this provide more floor space to walk around, but it also creates an illusion of a bigger living room by giving the seating area its own corner spot. The Mili blue living room package comes with a vibrant L- couch, for modular and flexible living.
In between two windows
You would think that having many windows in a living room works well for ventilation; while it does, it also sometimes creates a space crunch inside the living room because most of your furniture might end up blocking your windows. Take advantage of this by arranging the long sofa between two windows, and the rest of the layout facing this arrangement.
One way to make your living room look more functional and fairly large is to adopt the U-arrangement for your furniture. There’s a simple way to do this – arrange the longest couch in the middle of your living room and create separate sections against its back (dining area, for example). This also makes your living room multi-purpose.
As long as you ensure that you have enough walking space without bumping into your furniture, a good seating arrangement can either open up your living room or make it cosy and private, depending on how much space you have to work with. We hope these tips helped!