Residential SuiteContemporary Living Room, Calgary

A bright living area complete with grey sectional and drum-shade light.

Example of a trendy medium tone wood floor living room design in Calgary with white walls and a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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oabinader wrote:November 28, 2015
  • oabinader
    Thank you, it does help! I'm wondering what this "style" of sectional is called? I would like to custom order a similar sectional, in leather, with similar "high" arms and a streamlined look.
  • bathbob

    No good angle to look at the TV..

What Houzz contributors are saying:

misspatrish
Tailorly, Professional Home Organizing added this to Downsizing: Moving Your Parents to a Smaller SpaceMay 23, 2017

8. Remove unwanted items from the property. You haven’t truly finished decluttering until all the unwanted items are no longer in your parents’ house. Consider ordering a dumpster for trash, scheduling a charitable organization to pick up donations and selling items at a consignment store or online. Although it would be wonderful to earn money by selling some items, if you don’t have time to list them or your items don’t sell quickly, permit yourself to donate instead. It’s important to keep unwanted possessions moving as you continue the decluttering process, as storing them in the house may hinder progress.

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Times in Your Life to Take Advantage of a Major DeclutterMarch 14, 2017

6. Downsizing. Moving from a larger space into a home with fewer square feet can save money and time, and it can allow you to take advantage of a lifestyle you wouldn’t necessarily be able to afford in a bigger place.The challenge: If downsizing is something you didn’t want to do, it’s natural to harbor some negative feelings. And even if you did want to downsize, there’s nothing easy about letting go of a significant portion of your stuff.Get-it-done tips:Choose to see this as an opportunity to get clear on what you really want to keep in your home and life.Be realistic and measure the new space well. You may need to let go of more stuff than you initially thought.Know that you don’t have to do it all yourself: If you’re getting overwhelmed, consider hiring an estate sale company to help you get organized and handle selling your stuff.Get advice for moving into a smaller space

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Jean Miller added this to home interiorDecember 11, 2019

nice for small space but who would watch tv there

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Danielle Reynolds added this to New HouseDecember 1, 2018

Living room then master bedroom next door could be dining room and kitchen or that door could be entrance

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Julie Ann Feltovich added this to Jan 2018February 11, 2018

6. Downsizing. Moving from a larger space into a home with fewer square feet can save money and time, and it can allow you to take advantage of a lifestyle you wouldn’t necessarily be able to afford in a bigger place.The challenge: If downsizing is something you didn’t want to do, it’s natural to harbor some negative feelings. And even if you did want to downsize, there’s nothing easy about letting go of a significant portion of your stuff.Get-it-done tips:Choose to see this as an opportunity to get clear on what you really want to keep in your home and life.Be realistic and measure the new space well. You may need to let go of more stuff than you initially thought.Know that you don’t have to do it all yourself: If you’re getting overwhelmed, consider hiring an estate sale company to help you get organized and handle selling your stuff.Get advice for moving into a smaller space

cor11
Cor M added this to studio apartmentFebruary 10, 2018

6. Downsizing. Moving from a larger space into a home with fewer square feet can save money and time, and it can allow you to take advantage of a lifestyle you wouldn’t necessarily be able to afford in a bigger place.The challenge: If downsizing is something you didn’t want to do, it’s natural to harbor some negative feelings. And even if you did want to downsize, there’s nothing easy about letting go of a significant portion of your stuff.Get-it-done tips:Choose to see this as an opportunity to get clear on what you really want to keep in your home and life.Be realistic and measure the new space well. You may need to let go of more stuff than you initially thought.Know that you don’t have to do it all yourself: If you’re getting overwhelmed, consider hiring an estate sale company to help you get organized and handle selling your stuff.Get advice for moving into a smaller space

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