For starters, the pull out the coffee table modules (which double as footstools) reveal a three-seat couch with padded cushions. Side wings flip up and out to make additional side-table space. A few quick conversions and the available surface area is multiplied a few times over – making room for you to take a seat with a few guests and kick up your feet as well.
You have to be very careful when choosing the furniture for this room. First of all it has to look good and to match with the rest of the furniture from the other rooms or at least to share the same style. Then it has to be very comfortable, and I’m talking about the sofa, because you’ll be spending a lot of time in there. People usually meet there to simply talk or to spend some time together. So it has to loom good and to meet everyone’s needs. To be simple and comfortable.
When the interior needs to be simple, clean and airy, many designers use contrasts to create focal points. For example, this living room features a combination of light and dark shades, beiges and dark brown or even black.
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