P and P Marrakesh Hua HinTraditional Family Room

Designed by Supakit Tharawiwat, Tharabar, Indese and Industique Furniture

Traditional enclosed family room in Other with green walls. —  Houzz
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fredalbert
Fred Albert added this to How to Arrange Furniture So it Works for You29 Sep 2014

Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room – generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow around 70cm to 122cm of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 60cm of width for minor ones. Try to direct traffic around a seating group, not through the middle of it. If traffic cuts through the middle of the room, consider creating two small seating areas instead of one large one.

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jeanette_bush66
Jeanette Bush added this to Sunrooms15 Mar 2019

headboard ceiling fan lovely color

peggy_blenden
Peggy Blenden added this to Living Room Ideas24 Jan 2018

Traffic. Think about the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones. Try to direct traffic around a seating group, not through the middle of it. If traffic cuts through the middle of the room, consider creating two small seating areas instead of one large one.

topkatinteriors
Topkat added this to Madrigal pass though ideas23 Jan 2018

OK! Picture your banquette where the sofa is, and in back of that looks onto the living room

itssmitha
Smitha S added this to Living Room29 Dec 2017

TrafficThink about the flow of traffic through the room – generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it. Allow 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones. Try to direct traffic around a seating group, not through the middle of it. If traffic cuts through the middle of the room, consider creating two small seating areas instead of one large one.

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