Need Help with Living Room Layout


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Old 07-04-10, 03:44 PM
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Red face Need Help with Living Room Layout

Please help!! I'm having trouble with placing the furniture in my living room. We have 2 main pieces - a 7ft sofa and a set of Theater Seating that is 4.5 ft wide. Any other pieces can be added/removed. We also have a flat screen mounted on the wall at the top of the drawing that faces into the dining room. The position of the TV & the fireplace make this room difficult.

Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated. I've included a link to a pdf showing the room layout.



Thanks!!
 

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Old 07-04-10, 06:32 PM
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Hi and welcome to the forum!

Your link was incorrect, however, we don't allow pdf's for download on this forum. If you could save it as a jpg then post that link or use the "insert image" button above to place the pic in the post.
 
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Old 07-27-10, 11:29 AM
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Wink furniture placement

I have found that using an area rug to anchor the furniture can make the room feel more normal-even in an awkwardly shaped room. I tend to buy my rugs from ************ and remember that the rug does not have to square up against the wall it can go diagonal in the room-or however you like. Just have fun with it, I say.

If you can re-post the room pic, maybe I can give you more specific thoughts.
 

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Old 07-28-10, 07:47 PM
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Originally Posted by HomeStyler View Post
I have found that using an area rug to anchor the furniture can make the room feel more normal-even in an awkwardly shaped room. I tend to buy my rugs from ************ and remember that the rug does not have to square up against the wall it can go diagonal in the room-or however you like. Just have fun with it, I say.

If you can re-post the room pic, maybe I can give you more specific thoughts.
i have two rugs in my house, and they do look beautiful.
i never regret using them to decorate my rooms.
 
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Old 08-04-10, 09:52 AM
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Did you ever re-post the picture?
 
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Old 08-04-10, 11:56 AM
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No. The OP never returned to read any of the replies.
 
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I just answered a question that was eerily similar to this in that it asked about a layout and then attached a link to a pic in a .pdf file....

http://forum.doityourself.com/lighti...0-ceiling.html

it's this some kind of recurring spam or scam artists or something? now I'm wondering what I got from clicking that link
 
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Old 08-12-10, 08:22 AM
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That link is fine. You can upload a pdf file to a photo site and put the link to it here. You just can't attach it by trying to upload it here.
 
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Old 08-18-10, 03:05 PM
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That's too bad that they never came back
 
 

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