Larger living rooms need some creative furniture arrangement. Pairing sofas makes a cohesive look with a stylish touch and adds that extra seating you have been searching for. Flanking a fireplace, set in a corner or pushed back to back, two couches offer plenty of seating for a crowd and will help facilitate dialogue. This approach is also a easy way to add balance and symmetry to a living room.
Here are a couple of of our favourite ways to integrate double couches into any space.
Few things make a room feel crisp and clean like perfect symmetry. This pair of couches makes the room feel balanced.
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Double couches add double relaxation in rooms made for family gatherings. Game nights and rainy movie days are much better when there’s space for everyone to flake out. In a room where a parallel pair doesn’t feel very right, an L-shape sofa pattern is a great option.
Extra-large rooms may demand a bit of imagination. Multiple seating areas add functionality and fashion. Back-to-back couches create different seating areas to accommodate big groups of friends.
Instead of sense cavernous, the twin couches help this room feel homey and comfy. As a bonus, the dining table in between is a fantastic place to get a pair of reading lamps.
A fitting pair is fine, however a mismatched duo of couches achieves a similar look, provides exactly the identical function and adds variety.
The exceptional shape of the pair of couches lends the comfort and space of a sectional while still leaving an open walkway.
Even though they’re not a traditional couch, chaises make relaxing areas for relaxing and enjoying a view. Publish them up to create a space for intimate dialogue.
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If you enjoy the look of a pair of couches but are fearful they look too overpowering, use more modern and nonskirted alternatives to make the room feel more open — particularly when the curtains get to the ground.
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