How to Plan a Room with Great Flow

Did you know that furniture placement has the biggest impact on your home's design? It’s the most important part of designing a space because it is the foundation for everything. Where you place your furniture determines how you use your rooms, how many people a room can accommodate, what size furniture you place in your rooms and your overall enjoyment of the rooms in your home.

Some spaces are trickier than others, true. For example, if you have a long room in your house with many doorways it can be hard to decide how to best plan this room with great flow.

In this video featuring our Overhill Road project, we share how we set up a long space with 3 entrances. Breaking up a long space into 2 or 3 smaller spaces is key to making a long room work. Take a look!

{This living room serves two functions - a TV viewing area and a lounge area for drinks and conversation. With 3 doorways into the room, creating a layout that allowed traffic flow was key. Design by April Force Pardoe Interiors.}

 {The sophisticated and inviting conversation area showcases a gallery wall, featuring treasured photography prints. Rendering by  Jane Gianarelli .}

{The sophisticated and inviting conversation area showcases a gallery wall, featuring treasured photography prints. Rendering by Jane Gianarelli.}

 {A warm, welcoming and cozy TV Area. Rendering by  Jane Gianarelli .}

{A warm, welcoming and cozy TV Area. Rendering by Jane Gianarelli.}

Finding yourself in the throws of trying to plan a room with great flow? Are you having a difficult time laying out a unique space? Or, not sure exactly where or how to start creating a space plan? Learn more about working with us and get your design project started!


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