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Hello! I have tried various ways to put together a nice, comfy living room within the space in the photos, but none really work for me, b/c I am very bad at this. Looking for suggestions on how to place furniture, colors, textures, anything Smile Thanks!! ~Angela

 
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Will you have a TV? What furniture do you have or want to buy? Is it a living room or family room? Lots of questions before giving answers. It is a pretty room and I see part of your pretty kitchen.


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If you plan on a TV screen to the left of the kitchen wall, a possible set-up could be your sofa facing the tv screen wall with a chair and lamp table to the right and an area rug to define the furniture into a grouping.
On the wall to the right of the picture window, you could place a credenza.
If you do not plan on a tv screen, simply turn the sofa around on that same wall to face the window instead, with the chair/lamp table set-up on what would now be considered the left of the sofa as before and the credenza on the other wall.

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