Asian Family Room
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2. Carve out a straight pathwayGetting from point A to B should not involve clearing hurdle-like furniture. To avoid this, carve a pathway for foot traffic by arranging the seating on one side of the long wall of your living room. Here, a long sofa runs along the wall, while two chairs have been pulled up to face the couch, creating a cosy atmosphere while leaving a clear path on the side opposite the couch. The result is a well-thought-out sitting area that isn’t interrupted by foot traffic.