I have a loveseat that I have to place in front of a window and it can not be centered. Not sure what to do with the window treatments. Any suggestions?
sorry, that would bug me....could you center your sofa and put the lamp/table on the other side? I would like to see the rest of your room...maybe the sofa could be moved over farther, away from the window. As for window treatments, nice drapes would be good or even sheers to let in some light.
Yes, add'l photos, e.g. a panoramic of your room, would be helpful.
Why can't the loveseat be placed elsewhere? Or, floated within the room?
One option might be to use a long drapery rod and hang window coverings far past the end of the window in order to both center the loveseat and make the window appear larger.
By hanging the drapery rod as high as possible on the wall, the window would also appear taller.
Only MHO and best of luck!
Have you exhausted other layout options? Is there a sofa that can fit in a centered fashion there or perhaps two chairs with centered table? Can you angle the loveseat instead of running it along this window wall? Can you use this loveseat better in another room?
If not, extend the drapery hardware to simulate a larger window so that the loveseat appears centered. If you can not do so convincingly, then you may have to donate or sell it and purchase something smaller that fits this space better.
More/better pics would be good, but is it possible to just "flip" the loveseat and what looks like a side table (with the lamp)? That would put the loveseat in front of the window. But it's hard to tell from the single photo posted if that would work.
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