Most families spend much of their time away from the living room. As such, the way is the Macy’s living room furniture Positioning makes a big difference in how well the space is used. Well-placed furniture encourages conversation, makes optimal use of the space and improves the naturally striking functions of the room. Planning the furniture placement ahead of time will allow you to consider all of the furniture placement options before moving the sofa from one side of the room to the other.
Do a room design ahead of time if you are unsure how to divide the space. Many owners use paper grids to represent the floor of their room. They mark where each piece of furniture should go. Try different floor plans until you find the right layout for your furniture and accessories. Create a focal point in the room. Many of the rooms already have natural focal points such as a fireplace, a grand piano or a built-in bookcase. This room attracts the eye immediately after entering the room.
Center your furniture in focus. For example, if you have chosen the wall of the fireplace as the center point, place the furniture in a square in front of the fireplace. To better highlight this part of the room, think of painting the focal wall one color and the walls surrounding a contrasting color. Also hang a gallery of family photos or illustrations on this wall.