Sunday, July 10, 2016
One of the most overlooked things when decorating your home is the layout of the furniture. In fact, many people never even think twice about the layout and they simply place items where they think they look good. The problem with this is that furniture and misplaced items can turn a gorgeous room into a cluttered mess. It is important that you always pay attention to your furniture layout and keep it in mind when you decorate.
Below, we will go over some things to think about and tips to help ensure the rooms in your home look amazing at all times.
Did you know that if you do not place your furniture items in specific places, your room will look off balance? It is true and you will find that the room is uneven and quite confusing most of the time. You need to find the harmony and balance with your furniture.
If you have a focal point or statement piece in your living room, you need to make sure that it is obvious. After all, that is the whole point of it, right? If your furniture layout is not right, your focal point or statement piece will be lost and not visible.
An incorrectly furnished room can cause your walkways to be blocked off and this can lead to problems when you try to walk around. In fact, you may find yourself going the long way around your furniture or you may find that you trip and knock over a bunch of items before you actually pass all of your furniture.
To combat this problem, you should make sure that ALL walkways are clear and free from any obstacles and furniture.
A room that has a bad furniture layout will suffer from being overcrowded. For example, if your room is only large enough to hold a recliner and a couch, but you add a sectional and love seat, then you are heading in the wrong direction. You need to make sure that you ONLY choose furniture that works in the space you have available.
If you need help decorating your home or choosing the right furniture, contact the professionals at J. Design Group. Your furniture layout matters and our team can help you decorate your home efficiently.