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Most of the furniture you buy for a living room, you buy for the long-term. Big ticket items like your sofa set and seating, and workhorses like your TV stand or bookshelves serve two functions: to get the job done, and to look neutral enough that they won't make your living space feel dated a few years down the road. The real decorating comes when you fill in the gaps, and if you ask me, there's ...
Though almost all living rooms have one, coffee tables aren't often used as a visual focal point. On the one hand, this is a very strange thing, since coffee tables occupy primo real estate: they're placed literally right in the center of the room. At the same time, though, coffee tables fall firmly in the realm of practical furnishings - they're used for setting down drinks and food, displaying m...

It's no secret that I love multi-functional furniture. From sleeper sofas to storage beds and everything in between, my small-space-loving heart soars when I find a great piece of furniture that really earns its keep. Nesting tables, ladder chairs, garden stools - you name it, if it does more than one thing well, I love it. Some of my personal favorites, though, are actually

Five Clawed Foot Coffee Tables From Meridian To Dress Up Your Living Room

Furniture with clawed feet, where the bottom of a table's legs taper out into a round, claw-like shape was a style popularized in the 1700's. There are many variations clawed feet can have, and it's a style that has aged well and is sure to remain a timeless piece in your home. For this reason, here are five coffee tables in the clawed...
First appearing in its current form during the mid-nineteenth century, the coffee table is nowadays nearly as indispensable to a sitting room as a sofa. Whether or not you actually plan to use yours to hold coffee isn't important--they are trendy, all-purpose surfaces to build a room around. [caption id="attachment_1...
Corners are always among the most difficult spots to decorate and, in my experience, ones that lend themselves all too well to inelegant solutions. You can't comfortably hang art in a corner, most furniture doesn't fit comfortably in a corner, and corner windows are more of an architectural feat than a go-to solution. Comparatively, it's pretty easy to plunk down a
I don't know about you, but I like to put my feet up. To me, leaning back in a comfy chair and kicking my feet up at the end of a long day is one of life's sweetest little rewards. It's why the very first legitimate piece of furniture I bought as an adult was an ottoman, and why I haven't been without one since. Ottomans are also among my favorite types of furniture for the simple reason that the ...
Everyone likes to have friends over once in a while - even people who aren't every-weekend entertainers. But entertaining guests gets a lot more complicated the less space you have; if you don't have a formal dining room, a big open kitchen, or even much space at all beyond your ordinary living areas, there isn't exactly space to install a home bar, game room, or extensive home theater. But that d...
In honor of yesterday's discussion of multitasking furniture, today I want to give a nod to maybe the most derided (yet important!) of all dual-purposed furniture: the sofa bed. Now, these aren't exactly popular, for more reaso...
I love decorating modern living spaces. There's something unique about them - part sophisticated, part minimal, and just a little bit playful - that makes modern spaces really fun to work with. Plus, much of modern furniture design throws convention out the window, which often gives you much more room to get creative with your furnishings. Modern living room furniture - especially