By Alyssa Conde. interior. Published at Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 - 23:04:52 PM.
This cozy family room with curvy seating looks—and feels—very relaxing. The ottoman does double duty. serving as a foot stool or coffee table. This cozy den features a rotating bubble chair. plush rug and plenty of oversized floor cushions. which can be placed in front of the fire for lounging.Although the large chaise sectional is cozy. the most popular seats in the house are the two ceiling-mounted swings.
Mix a fuzzy blanket with soft. furry throw pillows and more structured canvas ones. Combine a tightly-woven throw with velvet lumbar pillows and large fleecy ones. Play with textures. Using the rule of three will keep your couch from looking messy while giving you space to explore.Three focal points make your mantel modern and interesting.Mind your mantel with the rule of three
The principle also applies to furniture. How much do you really sit on that chair? Could it be replaced with something that folds up and is put away when you don't have company?You might also want to invest in larger furniture. which seems counterintuitive. But when you have a small chair and love seat. they actually take up more room because you have to leave space between them.
If you'd like to take a more advanced approach. you can compile groups of similar items. then arrange those groups in three. Note the coffee table in the picture above. Although full. it keeps from looking cluttered by leveraging the rule of three. The top of the table has three distinct groups: books. other. books. Mix and match textures to give your couch a warm and cozy feel. Three textures. three times the fun