Living Room. Sunday , September 17th , 2017 - 01:10:07 AM
You do not want a something that looks confused, crowded and clumsy. This will immediately send a message to anyone who looks at it that your entire life is clumsy, confused and disorganised. This is why enough time should be taken before one gets to buy living room furniture. Before you actually set out to purchase the furniture, measure the size of eth . Make sure that you buy pieces that will fit comfortably in the room and still leave space for walkways. You do not want to go and buy an entire set of sofas only to find that they are too big . You will end up having to squeeze them in and be left with no space for anything else. This will leave you with something that looks disorganised and overcrowded. This will send a message even about you as a person; that you are disorganised and not well coordinated.
In Korea a good-sized room would be 8‘ x 10‘. In Japan a living room is rarely more than 12‘ square, but there they can remove the sliding partitions and add the other room which is usually 9‘ x 12‘, making the total size of the principal room 12‘ x 21‘. The kitchen is only 6‘ x 9‘. The bathroom is usually 6‘ square. This makes the average Japan¬ese house about 500 square feet in area, compared with perhaps slightly over 1000 square feet for Americans.
This is a simple and stylish living room space, double white fabric sofa + Armchair, one after the other combinations, and placed both to save space, but also to meet the needs of people seated. Straight black coffee table is a classic style, coupled with Holstein-shaped carpet contrast played with sofa, rich layering of space. Red bookshelf space dash of color, so that the entire space is even more spirit, a stunning beauty.
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