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Harmonizing. This living room accommodates many guests with seating in many shapes and sizes. The sofa grounds the back wall, while the rest of the furniture arrangement circles around an oversize cocktail table
Harmonizing. This living room accommodates many guests with seating in many shapes and sizes. The sofa grounds the back wall, while the rest of the furniture arrangement circles around an oversize cocktail table. A backless upholstered bench balances out the opposite side of the room perfectly.
5. HarmonisingThis living room accommodates many guests with seating in many shapes and sizes. The sofa grounds the back wall, while the rest of the furniture arrangement circles around an oversized cocktail table. A backless upholstered bench balances out the opposite side of the room perfectly.
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matter who's on your guest list, a winter magic theme will be admired for its inherent refinement.
6. Play with the centerpiece. This all-white Passover seder table makes a simple and dramatic statement with the floral centerpiece. The centerpiece height still lets guests seated across from each other
dinner party: Find a way to seat everyone together comfortably — even if that means folding tables or putting your table in the living room temporarily — and let everyone know how glad you are they came. Pour the wine and relax!Tell us: Have you come up with an innovative way to seat a large group at once
other talk with ease, and it looks like the vase can be easily relocated to another part of the dining area after guests have settled into their place at the table. Keep in mind that centerpieces don't always have to be floral: Seasonal fruits, religious or themed decor, or a small grouping of vases or
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There's limited seating in the living room, so Alli put a pile of poufs and cushions nearby for casual guest seating. The rattan pouf was
throw pillows, seat pillow and poofs
Spoof, extra pillows and blankets with a book....cozy with extra seating
There's limited seating in the living room, so Alli put a pile of poufs and cushions nearby for casual guest seating. The rattan pouf was found locally, and she made the cushions with a few favorite fabrics.
throws handy for extra guest seating.
Cynthia Lynn Photography
Table top design to allow seating
Archaeology's Glass Sticks with a custom color by Kara Mann. Barstools were set along the counter for an informal dining experience and additional guest seating. Large woven pendant lights by Moooi hang above.
Contemporary Living Room
Turn guest seating into a popular hot spot. If you've thought about adding a bench, go for velvet in a vibrant shade like this purple.
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upholstered daybed fits perfectly into the room's furniture plan. Not only does its presence add to the jazzy vibe in the space, it also functions as guest seating without obstructing the view of the musician on the piano.
Sullivan Design Studio
seat area next to raised seat wall - wooden
When you've got guests coming, seating is key. Built-in benches, dining chairs and an ottoman to perch on provide plenty of options on this inviting deck.
Houzzers were inspired by the built-in planters and all of the seating that this practical wall provided.
1. Use one long bench for multiple seating areas. Make the most of your space by using a built-in bench long enough to span several seating areas. Vary the height of your bench so you can position
impossible for neighbors not to notice you. A simple row of planters, filled with verdant palms, does the trick to screen the view. Once you and your guests are seated in this cozy outdoor living room, you'll truly feel private, thanks to that living green partition.
outdoor cozy seating