Your living room does not always have to have a couch set or a television for that matter. While aesthetics are important, arrange your furniture according to the space available. Cramming up sofa, bean bags and a center table all in a single room will only make it look crowded. Try placing armchairs in the living room and if your bed works best when it is pushed against the window, that is fine too. Going creative while setting up the main furniture in a room not only helps in getting a judicious arrangement, it also allows space for other pieces, perhaps a bookshelf or a dresser.
Sit and Store
Buying furniture that serves more than one purpose is always a big way to create ample space. Place an entryway bench with space to store shoes or chuck things that you normally forget on your way out the door. A flip flop ottoman is the perfect buy to store things you don’t want to be obviously seen and it also makes an awesome piece of furniture.
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