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5 Useful Furniture-Arrangement Tips

5 Useful Furniture-Arrangement Tips

5 Useful Furniture-Arrangement Tips
A beautifully designed room will have a well-organised and well-placed furniture arrangement, which depends on the layout and design of the room. (Dreamstime)

An empty room is intimidating and it requires proper attention and detail for getting a complete makeover. A beautifully designed room will have a well-organised and well-placed furniture arrangement, which depends on the layout and design of the room.

Here are some tips to help you put your furniture in the right place.

Size matters

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Before you begin to arrange your furniture, measure the size of your room. Also check the dimensions of the stairs, doors and hallway that leads to the room. Measuring all the dimensions will help you determine the right space that needs to be covered with the furniture and how to set up the same.

Focus on the focal point

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Locate the focal point of your room, such as a large-sized window or a fireplace. Try and arrange your furniture around the focal point so as to draw attention towards it.

Mix-n-match

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Every piece of furniture has a depth, width and height. For an interesting set-up, arrange a variety of furniture with different characteristics. Furniture in different sizes will serve many purposes and will also give your furniture arrangement an interesting look. On the other hand, if you want to keep your furniture arrangement simple and in-line with each other, then opt for same size and height furniture to maintain the balance. Here are different types of wood, suitable for Indian environment, you could opt for your furniture.

Check the functions

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Before you choose which furniture piece you want to add your room, determine the purpose and its use. For sitting purpose, choose and arrange furniture which is both comfortable and easy to maintain.

Look from an artistic perspective

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The artists use techniques in their artwork to create an appearance of depth in space.  One such technique is “triangulation”, which is also used in interior designing. In this, an artwork is hung above the sofa and two tables are kept on both the ends of the sofa. 

Last Updated: Mon Sep 19 2016

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