Living Room

Nova TV Cabinet 154cm

Arthauss Furniture

£189.00

Nova Large Sideboard Cabinet 154cm

Arthauss Furniture

£299.00

Baros 10 Entertainment Unit For TVs Up To 75"

Arthauss Furniture

From£309.00

Baros 26 - Sideboard Cabinet 132cm

Arthauss Furniture

From£189.00

Nova Sideboard Cabinet 104cm

Arthauss Furniture

£219.00

Denira 84 Display Sideboard Cabinet

Arthauss Furniture

£379.00

Mono Large Sideboard Cabinet 154cm

Arthauss Furniture

£259.00

Sensis 84 Display Sideboard Cabinet

Arthauss Furniture

£379.00

Nova Coffee Table 104cm

Arthauss Furniture

£179.00

Ava 40 TV Cabinet 180cm

Arthauss Furniture

From£109.00

Mono TV Cabinet 154cm

Arthauss Furniture

£169.00

Mono Desk 104cm

Arthauss Furniture

£169.00

Oro Floating TV Cabinet 175cm

Arthauss Furniture

£109.00

Mono Sideboard Cabinet 104cm

Arthauss Furniture

£189.00

Idea ID-06 Chest of Drawers 73cm

Arthauss Furniture

£89.00

Moro Floating TV Cabinet 175cm

Arthauss Furniture

£139.00

Oro Floating TV Cabinet 135cm

Arthauss Furniture

£79.00

Idea ID-04 Sideboard Cabinet 109cm

Arthauss Furniture

£109.00

Idea ID-09 Sideboard Cabinet 160cm

Arthauss Furniture

£189.00

Nova Highboard Cabinet 104cm

Arthauss Furniture

£269.00

Toledo 05 Display Cabinet 61cm

Arthauss Furniture

£249.00

When buying living room furniture, there are several important considerations to keep in mind. Here are the top factors you should consider:

  • Space & Room Layout: Measure your living room space and consider the layout before purchasing furniture. Ensure that the furniture you choose fits comfortably in the room without overcrowding it or obstructing traffic flow.

  • Functionality & Purpose: Determine the intended purpose of the living room furniture. Do you need a sofa for lounging, a coffee table for storage, or entertainment units for your electronics? Consider your lifestyle and how you plan to use the space to guide your furniture choices.

  • Style & Aesthetics: Decide on the overall style or theme you want to achieve in your living room. Consider the existing décor, colour palette, and architectural elements of the space. Choose furniture that complements the overall aesthetic and creates a cohesive look.

  • Maintenance & Cleaning: Consider the level of maintenance required for the furniture you choose. Upholstered pieces may need regular cleaning or stain protection, while certain materials are easier to clean and maintain than others. Factor in your lifestyle and the amount of effort you are willing to put into maintenance.

  • Flexibility & Adaptability: Think about the future and how the furniture may need to adapt to changing needs. Choose pieces that offer flexibility, such as modular or convertible furniture, which can be rearranged or repurposed as your requirements change over time.

By considering these factors, you can make informed decisions and select living room furniture that not only enhances the aesthetics but also meets your needs in terms of comfort, functionality, and longevity.