Furnishing a house is not as simple as it may seem… you need to think of each room separately, and the property as a whole.
Some helpful questions to think about:
- How many people will be living in the house at the same time?
- Will you be entertaining? How often?
- If so how many people do you expect to entertain?
- Will you be having overnight guests? If so, how often?
- Will you work from home?
- Will you need to set up an office?
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Basic design rule of thumb for a living room, the goal is to create a conversation area that is comfortable, inviting and not intimidating. The biggest mistake people make is just put furniture along each wall with no thought.
A traditional conversation area consists of a 3 seater sofa, and either a love seat (2 seater) or 2 arm-chairs.
The pieces should be placed either across from each other or at a 90 degree angle, close enough so when you sit there with a guest, you don’t feel like you need to shout for the other person to hear you.
(Let's start with the living room
- Fill your shopping cart with the items you would like to rent.
- Once you submit your order we will get an email with the items you would like.
- We will then check availability and get back to you, either the same day or the next business day.
- Please don’t forget to fill in what date you need the items for and where the items need to be delivered to.
- Do you like to entertain?
- How many people do you expect to entertain at the same time?
If you have a large dining space, your dining table should suit the size of the room. For a large home a table that seats 6-10 is a must!
Small homes can get away with a smaller table and 4 chairs. Round tables are interesting and you may think they save space, but actually it is the opposite. There is less space on the table to eat on, and the chairs don’t quite tuck in.
- Do you have space for a server?
- What about a seating area beside the dining room?
- Do you need a couple of extra chairs?
Fabulous mirrors are perfect to hand in your dining room; they will reflect the light in your chandelier and add sparkle and depth to the room.