Here’s a vital tip - I highly recommend that you avoid making your TV wide screen & entertainment centre the focal point or it will make your room look like a temple of worship to those items. Unless, of course, it’s a specific purpose built home theatre room.
Meet this wonderful couple living in their cute 160 sq.ft. tiny house (on wheels). We met them in California for a chat about life in their tiny home on wheels.
Home Decorating Using Your Five 'Physical' Senses - It’s designing & decorating your Home using & stimulating your 5 ‘physical’ senses – the sense of sight (pleasing to the eye), touch (tactile), smell (sets a mood & recalls or creates memories), sound (to soothe &/or awaken the soul) & taste (to excite the taste buds).
Arranging your furniture becomes much easier once a focal point in your room is established. Your main furniture pieces are best directed towards your room’s focal point, keeping the major traffic areas open & easily flowing. You should aim to have a balance of furniture items around your room.