Loooong and narrow living spaces can present a challenge to work with and placing furniture. I call them "bowling alley" spaces. The trick is to make use of a good color pallet to make the room appear wider, dividing it into 2 or even 3 defined areas and using the right furniture pieces.
The pictures to follow are Before and After pictures of a space I worked on for a client who found it difficult to arrange her furniture properly in the space. She wanted to be able to entertain, enhance the view out the windows and be able to watch TV. She also wanted to bring some color into the space.
Before, the furniture seem to be lost in the space.
Now we have a TV viewing area and a conversation area. The pub table also provides an area for either playing a board game or share drinks. The deep warm color on the wall visually "brings" the wall closer making the room seem less long and narrow.
Before the fireplace was ignored and gave no interest to the room.
Now we have a focal point that is well defined. The placement of this fireplace was
interesting, it faces the foyer and front door but we made it work.
Before the old window treatments gave the space
a tired dated feeling.
Now we have a much modern looking space with an enhanced view!
Most recently I received a Room Review from client who was preparing to renovate her "bowling alley" family room and needed advice on the type of window to put on one of the walls. Click here to read my review and view photos of the room.
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