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Help with living room design

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Germaine Tan
by Germaine Tan
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I need help to set up my upcoming living room. I want an inviting, warm living room, with touches of Hygge. We foresee that we will often watch TV in this room and have frequent visitors. I would dream of a modular sofa or VERY comfortable sofas. I foresee the space to be flexible and multi-use.


Here are some of the ideas I have short listed.


Would love more to hear from others who frequently have guests over to their homes for gatherings.


rosycheek
by rosycheek
ago
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Nice, it seem that you are inclined towards the Scandi, minimalist look.


One of the advantages of this style is that you can do it with mostly loose furniture and very little built in. That could translate in some savings for your renovation budget.


Germaine Tan
by Germaine Tan
ago
2

Yes! I am looking for as minimum of a built in as possible, and trying to maximise multi-use furniture for a space as flexible as possible. I am even considering not having a sofa, and replacing it with a variety of movable chairs, cushions, poufs and more. Something like this living room space here: https://www.hometrust.sg/photos/s/610a-tampines-greenweave/30754/contemporary-gaming-room-with-tv-console-and-ceiling-fan


BTSSG
by BTSSG
ago
3

Hey Germaine I think a spacious design like this one below is something which you would like too. The difference is that this space breaks up the living room space into two spatial volumes, which you will feel there is more of a transition between spaces rather than feeling compressed in one space. With guests, this also allows a couple of smaller groups to be able to be comfortable within their own space.


I found it when i was searching for bean bags on the site. You can can check out more of this project photos here



Germaine Tan
by Germaine Tan
ago
4

Thanks BTSSG, the bean bags are quite cool! I am planning to get a couple of those from either Muji or Castlery. They would be really functional regardless of the rest of my home's setup.


Help with living room design

Updated on 6 October 2020
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