The right furniture can make or break a space. Crowd too much in and nothing feels comfortable. Too spare and you end up feeling like you are living in a museum rather than your own home. Of course none of these scenarios are acceptable so as you are using and moving through your living spaces take note of how they are used and how you view them.
Sitting and talking, eating, watching television or playing a favorite game, the common thread here is we love to sit and be comfortable so how we provide seating makes a big difference in the comfort level in a home. Modern sectional sofas are a good choice for the living room, the family room and just about any room you want to sit a group of people in comfortably. With styling that will mix well with other styles it can be moved around with ease, so rearranging the sofa at a moment’s notice should be easy and doable. This encourages us to realize that our living spaces and the furniture within there are there to serve our needs and not just to look good. Today’s key words for modern furniture are hip, classic and versatility along with durability. An investment in contemporary furniture should be for a lifetime not for a year or two.
Since modern sectional sofas can be purchased in different configurations consider how your pieces might be moved around. Usually you can add extra pieces if you want such as an extra armless section or an ottoman. Space and storage are always at a premium so look for the extra storage that an ottoman can provide. Another great way to add additional storage is by including a modern storage cube side table. Perfect for stowing away items you would like to keep handy but don’t need all the time such as a blanket or throw it can provide a great landing spot for drinks and bowls of popcorn.
A great way to pull a room all together is by the use of an area rug. Easier to take care of as it can be sent to the cleaners, it can add the wow factor and the comfort underfoot that is especially appreciated in today’s modern homes that usually have a hard floor. Echo a color or a theme in the room or let it be understated. With dark rooms consider light floors and vice versa in a room with light rooms. It will make the room seem anchored and complete.