Today’s modern TV’s are great – but can be enormous. The trick is to put some interesting focal points around it.
This was the most awkward living room I’ve ever had to work with! Due to various extensions and alterations, the room has several awkward angles. The homeowners have always struggled with furniture arrangement, but never knew why. It’s because there are too many angles to work with – it’s hard to know which wall to follow with the furniture placement. Trish, who was responsible for this room, agonised over several arrangements, but settled on one we all agreed with.
This long, thin room is one of the smallest in the house, but had a couple of uses – a study and an ironing room. Liz and Peggy worked together to sort the bookcases, and Liz re-arranged the main shelves to give a calm, organised feel to the room. The second desk is no longer needed, due to the shelf de-clutter, and the ironing board was moved permanently into its own area elsewhere.