How to arrange living room furniture with fireplace and TV can quickly escalate from challenging to frustrating. Because the fireplace is the natural focal point in the room, when set at an angle, it can create an awkward seating arrangement and uncomfortable traffic flow – especially if you want to watch television from sitting position. Fortunately, with the right furniture arrangement, a corner fireplace comes beautifully soft corners of the room and creates a warm.
How to arrange living room furniture with fireplace and TV with Measure the dimensions of the room. Use these measurements to determine the maximum interior size that fits into the room. Is there room for a long sofa or would a shorter couch be a better choice. Place a secondary focus on the wall next to the fireplace. By placing a cabinet, armoire, or other large-scale piece of house electronics next to the fireplace, you extend the focal point away from the corner and the flat wall, eliminating the need for all the furniture in the room to be placed at an angle.
How to arrange living room furniture with fireplace and TV an L shape around the new, larger focal point. Put your biggest sofa against the wall with the cabinet or armoire. Arrange a pair of chairs, smaller couch or other seating reclining the couch, to form a L. Add tables and accessories. A final table should fit perfectly into the villain of the L-shape seating group. Use a coffee table and a rug to anchor the arrangement. Enable adequate walking space around the seating area to create good traffic flow.