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A Fitting Place for a Sitting Place

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Creating a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing sitting space in your home is very important. But what should that seating arrangement be made up of?

One major misconception in design is to buy a large sofa and matching love-seat. Forget the matchy-matchy look – we think using individualized pieces creates a much more interesting look, and provides more versatility too.

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up the love seat, and introduce multiple chairs and perhaps an ottoman. Strangers don’t like to sit too close to a person they don’t know very well and a sofa will only hold two people who don’t know each other well. Closely placed chairs are a much better option for giving people their own comfort zones but still creating intimate seating areas.

We love using little settees and chairs to build up cozy sitting nooks. Layer your seating areas to create an overall flow, but also to give you flexibility so you can create smaller, more intimate arrangements where two people can privately chat.

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Don’t forget, with chairs you often need a few pillow accessories. These are useful for more petite people, but they also serve to change up your design and add an extra element of style.

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Look for little occasional tables that you can pull up as needed so your guests can have a place to set down drinks and food – rather than on your upholstery! When creating a seating area with multiple seating pieces, opt out of a large oversized table and consider smaller tables you can put beside or in-between your seats.

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