For example, here are two zones that create a curved flow in a long, narrow living room. Zone one: Place a sofa and chair on opposite sides of the room against the long walls. Put the chair at an angle facing the sofa. Zone two: Angle two chairs and a small table in a corner that's on the same side of the room as the sofa.
Here are five ways to lay out a long, narrow living room, plus some bonus tips on how to really rock the space. 1. Create Separate Zones. Save Pin It See More Images. (Image credit: Apartment Therapy) Often, long rooms are a blessing in disguise, because they can serve as open-plan spaces. Instead of having one larger-but-awkward living room ...
I have a very long narrow living room that is so hard to place furniture because I have too many door openings. One from the foyer, one from the kitchen, large one from the dining area on the right side of room. One large opening from the family room on left and one door opening from master bedroom on left coming from foyer. Yours is beautiful!