Solid wood furniture combinations for large houses
Posted on April 22 2022
Choose from all our collections solid wood furniture with larger sizes or suitable for your space and enjoy a large living room with natural or bleached oak color, breathe nature and comfort. In Oak. Store we have home furniture that you can combine as you like, you can choose from the same collection or mix them since our material is oak wood. Here are some ideas.
Larger-than-average living rooms can be wonderful for entertaining, but not as welcoming or even functional for daily living. How can you get the most out of a large room? These tips can be applied to a variety of room sizes and shapes or large rooms.
Designate Zones – Large rooms can function as much more than a large living area, but you may have to get creative to make the most of the size or shape of the room you have. Identify several possible functional areas within the room, such as a conversation area, a media area, an area for a desk, console or game table, a dining area, or perhaps a reading area.
Large halls or large living areas can end up feeling cluttered if you place too many small pieces in the room without a couple of anchor pieces. A dining table large, a large sofa, a coffee table big and even shelves or a piano will help anchor a room so that smaller pieces can be placed here and there as accents if needed.
If you can't find a coffee table big enough for your space, complete a larger conversation with two matching nesting tables, side by side or tucked away. You can also use auxiliary tables of different heights to create a lateral composition. You can also use two rugs to create two separate conversation areas instead of one and place tables according to your needs.
Scale is important, it's best to opt for taller furniture whenever possible. If all the furniture is low, the ceilings will seem too high and the furniture will be dwarfed. Think taller bookcase, floating cabinets, higher backrests in chairs and taller sofas and accessories.
Create more impact by bringing together four chairs and a table instead of just two chairs. Chairs divide a room less than a sofa, so they can create a nice flow and conversation zone in large spaces, small rooms, or awkward areas with difficult traffic patterns. As long as you can use multiple elements, such as double stools, two lamps or sets of chairs, the impact will be greater.
Avoid overwhelming the walls, separate the elements from it. In a larger room, you can move the seating away from the walls to create a much cozier conversation zone around a focal point like the fireplace. Don't be afraid of empty walls, you can use the space on the walls for art, sideboards and consoles, benches and shelves or the additional conversation zones in which the furniture can be brought closer together.
Repetition is a great ally. In a large space there is usually more furniture and accessories, which can seem a bit cluttered. One way to tie furniture together in a large room and unify its style is through repetition. Repeating the patterns of the fabrics or the colors of the chairs or cushions will help draw the eye around the room and be more visually pleasing.