Published at Wednesday, August 28th 2019, 11:41:15 AM by Jacqueline Lamarre. Living Room
If your living room is on the smaller side, make sure you are aware of the furniture pieces you are putting into that room. It is important not to overburden a smaller space with too many pieces of furniture or too large of furniture. The placement of furniture and area rugs in a small space is essential. In order to visually expand the space, keep furniture toward the walls. Clumping furniture too close together, or too near the center of the room, will visibly shrink an already small space.
Another key to a Feng Shui living room is to make sure that your seats are octagonal or circular in shape as opposed to squared off and sharp. Putting chairs in a blocked off style makes the room feel tight and restrained as opposed to open and welcoming. While circular seating is not always an easy way to dress your room, it can be aided with the careful use of end tables. Many people use the half-circle approach to make it easier to keep all eyes facing the door and welcoming.
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