If your house still has those damaged and faded out furniture pieces, it is time to throw them away and bring in new ones. Pieces that are light-weight and light-colored are ideal. These items give the customer an impression of a neglected home, which acts an instant turn-off. He/she may falsely believe that other parts of the house are also equally neglected. So, don’t give the impression of a house in shambles.
If you are interested, virtual staging can be tried online to understand the way your refurnished drawing room would appear. Never leave large gaps between two furniture pieces as it obstructs intimate conversations between family members. Also, it lends the room a bare look. The distance between the two chairs should not be more than eight feet. Don’t push furniture close to walls. If their backs aren’t ugly, there is no reason to conceal them from public view. Sources of light should not be blocked with furniture. Let the natural light flow freely into the rooms. Sofas must be placed away from windows. Allow light to make the room a livable one.
You can take a final call on the symmetrical or asymmetrical arrangement of furniture in a room. Keep in mind the impression you aim to create. Symmetrical arrangements carry a formal air and look tailor-made for formal gatherings. Meanwhile, an asymmetrical arrangement embodies disorderliness in the positive sense. Every human being wants space and time to unwind. So, these arrangements go well with informal rooms. When similar looking sofas face each other with a coffee table in the middle, a perfect informal atmosphere would be born.
Tread the green path
Going natural is the order of the day. Nowadays, it is a style statement to plan a habitat which incorporates nature also. Modern houses with solar batteries and meticulously planned garbage disposal units win over new age customers. In addition, embellish the house with indoor plants and natural flowers. Choose flowers that prefer shades and display longer shelf life like houseplants. Give nature a free hand inside your rooms in the form of creepers on windows and water plants in bottles.