Upper West Side Starter PenthouseTraditional Living Room, New York

950 sq. ft. gut renovation of a pre-war NYC apartment to add a half-bath and guest bedroom.

Example of a mid-sized classic formal dark wood floor living room design in New York with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a plaster fireplace and no tv —  Houzz
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Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Use Existing Furniture in a New SpaceDec 26, 2016

Shake up the routine. When we picture certain rooms in our heads, we tend to imagine a specific furniture layout, and this can be especially true in the living room. You might envision your new space having a classic sofa, a love seat and two chairs, but this isn’t the only layout that works. So don’t get hung up on your first vision.Every space and every set of furniture have their own limitations and their own possibilities. Try laying out your furniture in a different way, either in real life or in a pencil sketch, to see what can work and what can’t. Figure out where furniture fits best, and then you’ll have an idea of what pieces you’ll need to add, move or eliminate to bring the room together.

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