Published at Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 - 06:17:14 AM. Living Room. By Tiffney Guillot.
Consider the space you have, perhaps as it is at the moment it feels cramped or over-crowded. Well, that's easily fixed just by removing some of the bulky living room furniture, or even replacing it all together for smaller or simpler items. It helps to have a main area in the room as a focus, for most homes this is generally the sofa and coffee table, once these are in place everything else can be slotted in around them, in other homes it might be the period fireplace, or the huge flatscreen TV.
As much as we all love the idea of sitting and talking and having family game nights; in reality we all need a little television. Entertainment is crucial and today's kids are far more likely to congregate to the living room if they are facing the television. It is easy for rooms to clutter up with junk. Whether your significant other decides to leave his work boots placed behind the sofa, your youngest children have turned it into a toy room or the more creative of your family members may have turned it into their art space, if the room starts to lose its purpose then the audience will disappear with it.
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