6 Golden Rules for Arranging your Furniture

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Who among you here loves to arrange or rearrange things? Who doesn’t? Well, for some, arranging furniture and/or other things inside their home in Alveo condo Cebu is a daunting task to do. When you faced with an empty room knowing what to put where can seem overwhelming. There are also times that you just don’t know where and what to put on that particular spot. Of course, arranging certain things may not be as easy as it may seem.

However, if you just know what to do when it comes to arranging a particular thing – what things are supposed to be included in a certain room, then it is going to be an easy thing for you to do. You just have to make sure that everything is set for you not be confused on what things you are going to include or put away.

1. Choose a focal point

There are some homeowners tend to underestimate the focal point of their homes. Sometimes, they appear naturally as windows or built-in mantels, while other times you create them yourself, as with media units and televisions. Whatever your focal point is, you have to make sure that you are going to make a good decision and stick with it. You will need to arrange the furniture around it.

2.  Create conversation areas

When it comes to arranging the things in your home, you have to make sure that you should consider creating a conversation area for your guests. People should naturally be able to talk to each other without having a hard time and having to crane their necks or shout across the room. Well, for you to create such place, you should have the sofas and chairs to face each other, not necessarily straight on, but close, and they should be close enough that you can have a natural conversation with the person seated across from you without having to raise your voice.

3. Don’t push furniture against the walls

The size of the room will dictate how far you can pull your furniture away from the walls, but even in a small room, you will want to allow a few inches between the backs of the furniture pieces and the walls. Well, it allows for breathing room and can make the room look a bit bigger. Also, pushing back your furniture against the wall might invite unwanted insects that can penetrate inside your furniture. With that, the things that you have might not be in good shape and will not last longer than you have expected.

4. Find balance

When it comes to decorating your home, it is important for you to find a good balance between your home and its furniture. Balance is always important in decorating and when it comes to arranging your furniture in your living room and/or any other rooms that you have in your home. Of course, you will definitely want to consider both the size and the placement of the various pieces. Don’t group all the large or small piece in one area of the room. You have to make sure that there is a variety of the shapes.

5. Consider the traffic flow

When arranging your furniture, you have to make sure that your guest will not be tripping over it. You also have to consider exposing some flooring around the edges of the room. But when using an area rug, you also have to make sure it’s big enough that all of the furniture in your home and in a seating arrangement can sit on it. Also, you have to give space to every furniture that you have for as not to look crowded and messy.

6. Consider the lightings

Arranging your home is not just enough. You also have to make sure that you also have the right lighting inside and outside of your home. With that, it house will not look dim enough for you to have. Also, lighting needs to be laced at different levels to be properly balanced so use it liberally throughout your room.


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