In many homes, living room furniture is designed to be a central focal point of a home.
However, in many cases, the room is designed in such a way that the furniture has little or no space to breathe.
While a room with a lot of natural light is still a good place to have a TV or stereo, it can often be a poor place to start designing a home around natural light.
If your home is designed with minimal natural light, it is difficult to see where the room should be placed.
This is because a room should have space to be comfortable, yet still have enough space to make the best use of the light.
This article outlines three simple guidelines to help you create a living space that is both light-friendly and functional.
This guide will focus on designing a room that is comfortable and inviting, and then building a living experience that is a combination of natural lighting and privacy.