Anders Perssonsgatan 11

Björn Johansson

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Sarah Warwick added this to Do I Really Need a Coffee Table?24 Sep 2018

Step upSometimes it’s the ability to tweak a layout easily that we appreciate. By using a nest of tables, this living room features a coffee table equivalent in the shape of two of the threesome, with the third used as a side table. The advantages? Rearrangement is easy if the tables are needed alongside the seating, while a stepped pair creates more interesting lines than a one-level rectangle.If you want to repeat the uncluttered look of this room, opt for fine, metal-legged tables with slim tops like these.

Eclectic Creative added this to 10 Clever Ways to Style Dead Corners27 Mar 2017

Modular sofas are the preferred choice for many people because they can make the best use of a space. Just make sure the sectionals can fit through all your doors, and up any stairs as they tend to be quite blocky and bulky (even when they are taken apart).

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fishervillage added this to Lounge And Living30 Jul 2019

Comfy L shape for middle living room

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