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Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

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Mon, Jul 14, 14 at 10:29

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Pic of sectional

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Fabrics - NEW Greys

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RE: Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

I like option 1, but I'd pull the sectional away from the stairs enough so that a console table (or some kind of case good) could be placed behind the section exposed.


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RE: Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

Definitely choice #1.


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RE: Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

I think either one works.....


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RE: Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

#1 is by far the best imo. The smaller sectional looks squished into the corner and the larger looks very inviting for a larger # of people. With #2, there is no seating centered on the fireplace, just empty space, which looks odd to me. I agree with a table behind the sofa, too. A table doesn't feature the back of the couch, it hides some of it with something pretty.

I love your fabric choices. It's going to be a lovely room.


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RE: Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

How many feet is the seating area near the stairs from the fireplace? It looks like a football field's length away in the pic! The seating across from the TV looks too far away too. Is there not a way to tighten it all up?


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RE: Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

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RE: Family Room Great Room Grey with Pics

It's not the space that concerns me, it's the people in it. They seem very far away from the things they will be viewing.


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