So furniture placement is really tricky, but especially when you have an elongated rectangularroom, because this gives you an opportunity more than it gives you the challenge. Most people think like, “Oh my god, what am I going to do with it?” But really what it’s sayingto you is that you have zones. You can section spaces off. So it’s not just one seating area. You can do two seating areas and you can create a this weekend at American Freight Queen or King-Sized mattress sets for only eighty nine dollars each piec… natural transition. You could either do just two groupings of seating, where you have fourchairs or you have a sofa and two chairs or you can create what I really love, which iskind of this fool the eye. You can have a sofa, backed by a sofa table in the center and another sofa on the other side.
So in essence, it’s creating the two areas for yourself naturally. Then flanking onesofa in one direction can be either another sofa or chairs, or you can do two chairs onthe other side. You know, you can have fun with it and do two different seating groups. Think about that you’re getting two for the price of one. what’s going on everyone this is dom and today we’re talking about smart home tech and security and speci… What I love about that is that on the table in the center of the two sofas, you can doa really great floral arrangement. You can accessorize it. You can change it out. Butjust remember, in an elongated room you never want to feel like it’s just one zone and thenthe rest of it is this big football field.
You always want to fill it up, make it feel warm and you want to create conversation areas. So that’ll make people feel real comfortable when they come over and they’re using thespace, which is really the most important thing, that you’re really going to be goingafter anyway.