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3 Critical Mistakes To Avoid When Arranging Furniture

It’s no secret that Italian fine furniture can make a fabulous and luxurious addition to any home. However, to make the most of your furniture and decor, it’s critical to arrange it in a way that is accommodating to guests and brings the whole room together. Here are some common furniture arrangement mistakes to avoid.

1. Mistake: Spreading your furniture out too much
If you have a big living room, that’s great, but it doesn’t mean that you should put all your modern Italian furniture against the walls to preserve the open space. Furniture that is spaced too far apart makes it hard to have a conversation with someone because they’ll be too far away. Create a space that’s both cozy and comforting and isn’t too big to have a quiet conversation.

2. Mistake: Overcrowding your home with furniture
When it comes to luxury Italian furniture, less is more. Don’t feel like you need to fill every inch of the space. Select one or two nice pieces and place them accordingly to help tie the room together. Overcrowding furniture makes it hard to move around and just makes the room itself look awkward and unappealing. If your home is overcrowded with furniture, guests may notice the quantity over the quality.

3. Mistake: Not establishing ‘zones’ in a large room
If you have a room in your home that’s going to be used for more than one activity, it’s important to establish furniture ‘zones’ for the appropriate areas. For example, if you have a dining room that’s big enough to use as a living room too, you should have a clear dining area and a separate living room area with a sofa and television. You can also coordinate an accepted piece to serve as a sort of divider between the separate areas of the room.

Ultimately, Italian fine furniture makes any room appear more luxurious and high-end, but it’s important to make the most of these pieces by arranging them correctly. For more information about Italian furniture, contact Ef+Facto.

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