1058 House By Khosla Associates
Shamanth Patil J
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2. Focused on the viewAn ideal room arrangement starts with the focal element. Place the main sofa facing the focal point, (in this case the view outside the French doors), and arrange the secondary pieces around the main one.Tip: If the living room is mostly used to watch TV, make that the focal element.
3. Rust stainsPour lemon juice on the stained area; let it sit for about half an hour till you see the stain fading. Rub slowly with a rag or an old toothbrush dipped in warm water, till the stain is completely gone.
4. A traditional linear sofa and a corner chaise are combined into one modular arrangement. The muted red sectional sofa sings of lounging and relaxation, transforming this living room into an inviting and energised space.
Want a rug?Decide whether you need a rug or a carpet. Ideally, it is best to have a carpet large enough to cover the floor under the central seating area. If your room already has a lot of furniture and bright accessories, an additional rug could crowd the room and create a busy vibe.Tip: Many of us shy away from using carpets because of dust issues in Indian homes. Frequent cleaning is paramount. Vacuum your carpet daily and make sure stains are attended to immediately .