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Topic: Would like to rearrange furniture, but living room has no walls...  (Read 977 times)
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« on: March 04, 2009 09:18:22 AM »

I want to rearrange my living room, but I have no idea how to.

Basically, I don't really have any walls in my living room. One wall there are nothing but doors that lead to the garage, the other a giant window, the other only a fireplace and the hallway, and the other wall is open to the kitchen and dining room.

Here are a couple from when I first moved in a couple of years ago:

And here is the furniture I have now:

I'd really like to move the furniture around somehow, but I don't have a clue as to how to make it look good... help!
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2009 06:33:06 PM »

How about...
- Moving your TV next to the fireplace, where the green chair is in the pic from a couple years ago

- Across from it, angle the longer of your two seating pieces (at least, I think one is longer - or are they both two-seaters?). It would not be at a 90-degree angle with the fireplace, more like 120 degrees.
- Lay the rug to flow from the couch toward the television, again at an angle to the fireplace.
- Position the loveseat along the side of the rug, forming an "L" with the couch.

Also, looks like you may want to hang the brown-and-white poster lower...hard to tell from the photo.

« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2009 08:51:32 AM »

Sorry it took me a while to respond, but thanks for the ideas! As for the TV, it has to stay there because that is where the satellite hook-up is. I think I might try the angling thing though but facing where the TV is now.

You are right, that poster does need to be lowered at least an inch or two.

« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2009 08:57:14 PM »

I've never had satallite. Isn't it possible to add cable to extend where to place the TV? I've only had cable tv but we bought stuff from radio shack to have a little more versatility in placement. I think it would suck to be forced to keep the tv in the same place all the time.
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