Your living room is a central focus in your home, meaning you have to make it a place where people want to hang out. Because this room is used so often, it’s easy for the space to become cluttered or start to feel cramped. In part one of this multi-part series, we discussed a few items that you can add to your living room that will help you save space while also giving it a comfortable atmosphere. In part two, we will continue with a few more tips on how to save as much space in your living room without compensating the appearance.

If you’re looking for new furniture for your living room, then you want to be sure that you are getting high-quality pieces that can stand up to the pressures and use of daily living. Luckily, at Russell’s of Waterford, we have a wide variety of home furnishings to meet your needs! Whether you’re looking for bedroom sets, dining room tables, the perfect coffee table, or something in between, we’ve got it all! Check out our furniture showroom in Waterford or contact us using the online form today!

Avoid Floor Lamps

Lighting is an important aspect of your home, however, the wrong kind of lighting could actually be costing you valuable floor space in your living room. Floor lamps are a great way to brighten up your room, but they could be taking up some of your much-needed floor space. Unfortunately, you can’t place a table or a chair in the same space as a floor lamp, not to mention, the shade of the lamp can easily get in the way if not placed properly. If you’re looking for a way to maximize the amount of space that you have in your living room, you may want to consider sticking to pendant lighting or flush overhead lights to keep your floor reserved for more important furniture.

Find Furniture That Fits the Space

Clearing away clutter is especially important if your living room is on the smaller side. In addition to investing in furniture that also doubles as a storage space, an important thing to consider is buying home furnishings that fit your space. The last thing you want to do is buy a chair or a couch that you love, only to realize that it takes up more space in your living room than you would like. The first thing you need to do is take measurements of your space so that you know how much room you actually have for your furniture. The next thing you need to do is look for furniture that you can adapt to fit your space more easily. Sectional sofas are a perfect example of accommodating the space. Their design allows you to bend and adjust them to fit in tight spaces.

Work With the Experts at Russell’s of Waterford

Hopefully these tips have provided you with a few ideas for how you can save space in your living room. If you’re having trouble finding the perfect furniture for your living room, then the experts at Russell’s of Waterford can help! We offer a wide selection of house furnishings to accommodate any size space. To learn more, browse our website or visit our furniture showroom in Waterford!

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