Separate living room

Transform your space with these creative ideas for a separate living room. Make the most of your space and create a cozy and functional living area that is perfect for relaxing and entertaining.
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The ‘L’ shaped living and dining room. Challenging to say the least. There’s always an awkward corner that bends at 90 degrees. That corner makes this shared space difficult to layout because It's hard to tell where one room ends and the other begins. Got a room like this? I'll show you how to make

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Indra Dilraj
Connecting and defining this modern kitchen and dining area is a wood slat accent that travels from one wall at the end of the kitchen onto the ceiling and through to the dining area, where it becomes a partition wall, separating it from the living room. #KitchenDesign #DiningArea #WoodSlatWall #Partition #ModernKitchen Combined Kitchen And Dining Room, Rumah Teres, Decor Eclectic, Living Room Partition, Kitchen And Dining Room, Room Partition Designs, Wood Accent, Room Partition, Hus Inspiration

Connecting and defining this modern kitchen and dining area is a wood slat accent that travels from one wall at the end of the kitchen onto the ceiling and through to the dining area, where it becomes a partition wall, separating it from the living room. #KitchenDesign #DiningArea #WoodSlatWall #Partition #ModernKitchen

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嘉豪 王
Narrow Family Room, Long Living Room Layout, Rectangle Living Room, Living Room Design Layout, Long Narrow Living Room, Family Room Layout, Rectangular Living Rooms, Small Living Room Layout, Long Living Room

Small living rooms can be a P.I.T.A. Especially long narrow ones. It often feels like you’re playing Tetris; trying to maneuver a beefy couch next to a an even beefier chair. You lug and push until you’re too exhausted to care and you just leave your furniture any old way to avoid more stress. After a couple of weeks of “living with it,” you look at it and you know there’s a better way to arrange it so, on you go again, lugging and pushing, micro-positioning and tweaking angles…

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Rocio Rodriguez