Shop for Living Room Furniture Sets & Collections Online
Cindy Crawford Home Gianna Brown Leather 3 Pc Living Room with Reclining Sofa
Baxton Studio Gavina Mid-Century Modern Grey Fabric Upholstered Walnut Wood
Blackout Curtain Panels Window Draperies Silky Satin Polyester Fabric Insulated
Living Room Furniture Eiffel Full-Grain Vintage Leather 3-Piece Sectional Sofa
How to Choose a Living Room Set
When shopping for furniture, pick sets that can fit comfortably within the dimensions of your living room. Keep in mind that small apartments need less furniture than homes with large families. Room shape can also play a key role in choosing pieces. While square rooms make it easy to place sofas, tables, and TV stands in corners or against walls, unusual room shapes may be less flexible.
Creating budgets can help when buying living room furniture. Furniture sold in sets is often cheaper than separate, individual items. However, sets can get pricey. When making budgets, take this into account and consider the number of items needed to complete your living room.
Choosing a Style
Collections include the most common living room items, typically using sectionals or sofas as the centerpiece. They also come with one or more additional pieces, including coffee tables, lamps, or recliners. Sets can embody traditional, vintage, or modern themes to satisfy any taste.
Selecting a Color
Since living rooms are often considered the focal point of the home, choose colors that will be welcoming and appealing to families and guests. When picking living room sets to fit your style, decide the kind of ambiance you want to create. For example, earthy tones and neutral shades offer relaxing environments, while bold reds and navy blues add attention-grabbing accents.
Picking Fabrics & Materials
When choosing furniture sets, it is important to look for materials that are durable, comfortable, and easy to clean. Certain fabrics, such as leather and cotton, are of higher quality than mixed fibers and polyester. However, leather and cotton products can be more expensive. Less expensive materials, like microfiber plush fabrics, provide comfort but may not be as resilient or easy to clean as higher priced options. For tables and bases, search for hardwood frames, as they are the sturdiest.