A sensible way of buying living room furniture is to purchase pieces that work with your room. Many times people buy what they like the look of in a shop only to find it’s not suitable for the room they have at home. An unsuitable piece could be too big, too small or just have a style that looks out of place.
If the room is being filled from scratch it’s a good idea to buy the essential pieces first, then work your way down the list to non-essentials as you complete the room. For almost all people the most essential item is the sofa. If your room is small or the sofa is just for one person, a comfortable 3-seat sofa like the Buoyant should work nicely. If your living room is large and you intend to entertain, then perhaps the Bouyant Elegance corner sofa is a better choice. For ultra tiny flats the Limelight sofa bed could be the answer. It doubles as a night time bed and a daytime sofa.
A floor lamp should be considered another essential piece, as well as an entertainment stand and coffee table. Choose a coffee table that fits your needs and provides hidden storage for items such as magazines. For an coordinated look, try to match the material of your coffee table and entertainment stand.
The rest of your room can easily be filled in with the non-essentials as you go along. Think lamp tables, bookshelves or nesting tables. A comfortable reclining armchair is a great addition to any TV room. For a clean looking storage area, consider a large Ottoman such as the Relaxateeze, which can be placed by the entrance to double as a seating area for removing shoes.