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.
Episode 2 from the Isle of Lewis and Harris series sees me explore many of the historical sites around the North and West of Lewis. Taking you all back in time to …
Or, if you feel drawn to start with another room, perhaps your sun room or child’s room, then follow your instincts & preference. It’s important that you don’t feel overwhelmed. Start small if you feel more comfortable. Feeling overwhelmed will most likely block you & you won’t move forward.
Pick the room to work on & then get let’s get started. Take note of & work with your room’s focal point, Sometimes rooms have natural focal points - places where your eyes travel to immediately upon entering a room - a fireplace with mantle, an enormous ceiling high, wall-wide built-in bookcase, or bay window with a window seat or view of the garden, or over a valley, lake, or the sea.