Living Room Furniture
Furnishing your living room is a big undertaking, but it doesn’t have to be a challenge. With our wide variety of living room furniture, you’ll be able to find a couch, coffee table, accent chair and/or sectional to match your needs. To make this process simpler, we’ll help you figure out your style, then explain how to arrange certain pieces in your living room. Once you’ve got the basics down, we’ll give some tips on how to mix and match pieces to make the most of your space.
What's Your Design Style?
First, consider your design style. Unlike other furniture stores that may focus on one particular style, we carry contemporary furniture, traditional furniture and everything in between. Therefore, the style decision lies in your hands. If you’re someone who likes neutral colours with clean lines and warm fabrics, contemporary furniture may be the right choice for you. However, if you like chrome, glass and distinct shapes, modern furniture is right up your alley. Browse our site to find the style to fit your home's aesthetic.
What's Your Function?
When it comes to arranging your living room, think about functionality first. Maybe your living room is going to be a sitting room, separate from the TV room. In this case, the centre of the room may be your focal point. Every piece of furniture will revolve around the coffee table, which is placed in the middle, making conversing over coffee or cocktails easier. However, if your living room is game-day central, consider making your TV the anchor. Seek out a sectional and end tables for a room with this function. This way you can fit more people on the furniture facing the TV and guests at each end of the sectional have their own place for drinks and snacks.
Lastly, as you decorate your sitting room you may find yourself falling in love with some modern furniture and some contemporary furniture – that’s okay. Mixing and matching your living room furniture is totally fine and can actually bring an added layer of depth to your decor. Combining different looks is not only a great compromise, but it creates an eclectic and curated look. One great tip for mixing and matching: stick to one or two natural tones. Adding too many different finishes to a space can become chaotic very quickly. If you stick to a couple of select tones or patterns, branching into different styles becomes a breeze.
Your living room is for you to enjoy. Pick a style that you love, arrange the living room furniture based on how you’ll use it, and if you fall in love with pieces outside of your initial style choice, add them to your space. It’s time to put some life into your living room. Happy decorating!