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Sofa layout in dual aspect room

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slewts Sun 24-Nov-19 19:29:00

We’ve just bought a holiday home which we are renovating. The living room is dual aspect with the back bay window north facing (With a window seat) and the french doors south facing at the front of the house. The large hedge gives quite a bit of privacy here.

How would you arrange the room? We are thinking about getting some of the Next Stamford range, ideally with a sofa bed. We would like to have seating for at least 6 people. Having had corner sofas before we fancy a change. We are limited where the tv can go due to electrics, so can’t have two sofas facing each other either side of the fireplace without blocking tv viewing.

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stripeypillowcase Sun 24-Nov-19 19:36:59

where is the door?

how about 2 2seaters in a v shape opposite the fireplace/tv unit?

stripeypillowcase Sun 24-Nov-19 19:38:01

2 2 seaters & a couple of armchairs?

DeRigueurMortis Sun 24-Nov-19 19:45:44

What about this?

Sofa's in blue, coffee/side tables in green, then a chaise lounges in front of the french doors.

Because it has a low back it won't block the Tv (and would be a nice reading spot with views) but you could move it nearer to the sofas if you had guests (and then presumably wouldn't be watching the TV anyway.

oohnicevase Sun 24-Nov-19 20:00:51

Where is the door ? I would put in a corner sofa and move the tv to the right of the big window .

slewts Mon 25-Nov-19 02:29:15

Sorry the door is the bottom left of the diagram.

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Auberjean Tue 26-Nov-19 07:56:50

Start by adding an electric socket, to give you choice.

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