Living Room Furniture consists of traditionally accepted pieces but with the introduction of more exotic pieces from abroad and the increasing influences of foreign designs and styles, consumers are widening their horizons when choosing living room furniture . Foreign cultural influences are motivating consumers to embrace new items of furniture further enhancing the look of the modern living room.
The centrepiece of any living room remains the living room suite and the range available is extensive. The most popular suite currently is the 3+1+1 in leather ie. a three seater sofa and two chairs. There are variations on this theme consisting of 3+2+1 ie. three seater, two seater and single chair or 3+2+2 ie. three seater and two 2 seater sofas. Leather colour is an important consideration and each customer can choose according to their preferences. Fabric choice is also extensive and these suites are becoming increasingly popular such is the wide availability of different textures and colours. Your purchase will be determined by your room décor and what suite best suits in that scenario. The shape of the frame and overall styling and comfort will also determine the choice of Living Room Suite.
After considering the Sofa customers normally choose end tables to compliment the living room suite placed at either end of the 3 Seater or 2 Seater. These are available in light, medium and dark oak; also varying shades of walnut and other woods of choice. Pine remains a popular choice for some and can look well when carefully chosen to compliment the surrounding décor. Sideboards which used to be the domain of the dining room are now a popular addition to the living room. The modern styling veers towards long and not too high in hardwoods such as oak, walnut and teak. Reclaimed woods, which have the added attraction of being environmentally friendly, are increasingly chic and desirable and are available in all items of living room furniture.
Other popular pieces are display cabinets, which come with glass doors in various woods, TV Units, CD and DVD Racks, chests of drawers, sofa chairs , wine racks, coffee tables , console tables and bookcases, benches, sideboards, dressers, cabinets, lamps, media storage, fireplaces furniture. These also are available in different types of wood and come in Indian- sub-continent – design and wood blends. There is also a selection of living room furniture of Chinese, Malaysian and Indonesian origin. The pieces I have mentioned are by no means exhaustive and innovative pieces are ever evolving increasing the choice for the consumer.