Living Room. Friday , February 02nd , 2018 - 01:00:09 AM
The Four 'F' Factors of fabulous furniture: 1) Functionality: Design this special room to be a place where you would want to 'live.' Stuffing it to the point that is so expensive you would never want to use it will not make you happy. Use living room furniture that you feel comfortable being surrounded with. 2) Focal point: Create a focus within your living room furniture. Having a focus point will help you in two ways. Most importantly, a focal point will make it easier to design the rest of your living room furniture. Secondly, a focal point will help to map out the layout for the rest of the ensemble that you will eventually have.
3) Funky: Have at least one piece that excites you. This could be something as small as a footstool or something as big as a couch. The benefit of finding one piece that jumps out at you will help to ensure that your living room won't wear on you, or become dull too quickly. If you are someone who gets bored easily, I advise choosing a few of these funky furniture pieces. 4) Fun: Decorating is fun and having fun with your family room elements is just as crucial to creating a great space as the pieces you choose are.
If it's an office you need to furnish, you are well-advised to check an office chair if its backrests, seat and armrests are adjustable. You should be able to adjust the seat height and tilt of your office chair to your own preferences, and ideally the seat should be comfortable enough to support you comfortably, while letting your body breathe. The most important feature to look for is good lumbar support, as an office chair with a good lumbar support lets your back stay in a position that is good for its spine health.
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