Published at Friday, February 22nd, 2019 - 11:56:30 AM. Occasional Chair. By Sandra Lussier.
In a very large room seating can be arranged around more than one focal point, whereas in smaller rooms only one focal point may be practical. Common focal points may be coffee tables or fire places. Today large screen televisions have increasingly been installed in lounges, sadly, often with little thought to the layout of the room as a whole.
Every room needs seating of one form or another. Lounges will often uses sofas or settees but these are space hungry and inflexible items of furniture. In a small room they consume all the space, making it difficult for people to move around behind the sofas. Ironically in a very large room a sofa or even a couple of large settees can look badly out of place, because there is just so much room outside the space enclosed by the sofas.
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