Small Living Room Dining Room Combo
With the right style techniques, a Small Living Room Dining Room Combo can live beautifully within the same walls.
Many modern homes have an open floor plan with a minimum of walls and rooms with no defined spaces. If your living room and dining room are situated this way, deciding how to decorate can be confusing. Without the proper furniture placement, the rooms can look disjointed and awkward. With a few simple tips, you can create a beautifully flowing Small Living Room Dining Room Combo space perfect for entertaining and living. The space will feel organic, united and welcoming to your guests.
With a Small Living Room Dining Room Combo, you still want to create distinct spaces within the whole. Look at the layout of the rooms and determine if there are architectural signs such as an alcove or a bay window to give you clues about where to place furniture. Group some of the furniture in the center of the space without all of it being lined up against the wall. You’ll avoid an unused, open space in the middle. Keep all of the furniture on the same scale or you’ll create a lopsided effect and the rooms won’t flow into each other. Open the couch up to the dining area. If you place the back of the couch towards the dining table, you’ll create separateness.
Types of Furniture
The use of glass tables helps light move through the space, in contrast to heavy dark pieces that stop the flow of light in the room. A large modular couch can close off a living area, with its two imposing backs. Two smaller couches and a few comfortable chairs open the space up for conversation, even with those in the dining area. Furniture with wheels are optimal for these combined spaces because they can move to wherever they are needed at that particular moment.