Coffee Table. Saturday , February 03rd , 2018 - 21:19:05 PM
Nearly every home has at least one television, and depending on the size, TV's can take up a lot of valuable space. Be sure to keep yours on a piece of furniture that can be used for storing other items like books, DVD's and video tapes. Or, consider hanging the TV from the ceiling with a kit similar to those used in hospital rooms.
The space under the bed is perfect for storing rarely used but still needed items such as extra bedding, out of season clothing or holiday decorations. Use clear plastic storage containers and label them appropriately. Or consider a bed frame that has drawers both under the bed and areas for storage in the headboard area.
Any room arrangement must be comfortable for you as well as the guests. You have to consider the aspect of cleaning the rooms as very heavy furniture might make vacuuming tough. Also, consider the frequency of use of the room. If you use your dining room very frequently, you should make it informal and free of unnecessary clutter. If you use a particular room for socializing on special occasions, you can make it look attractive with high end pieces and a formal look.
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