Your Motels should be a comfortable space that reflects your personality. There are no real rules for setting up your hotel furniture, but you may find that following these tips can make your motels a distinctive look.
Tip # 1: Start with a Focal Point Place your hotel furniture around a natural focal point of the room, like a fireplace or a bay window. The focal point is the highlight of the room where all the lines meet. If the living room does not have an architectural focal point, create one with a large mirror, painting or interesting sculpture.
Tip #2: Arrange Cozy Conversation Areas Remember that the purpose of a motels is to socialize and relax with family members and friends. By arranging sofas and chairs in groupings that face each other, you will encourage conversation naturally. Be sure to leave enough space between pieces for easy access. Tip #3: Find the Perfect Balance Balance and proportion are important aspects to consider when setting up your Motels. Create symmetry with identical or similar items placed in such a way that they offset one another, like two like chairs or side tables.
Tip #4: Move Furniture Away from the Walls Take advantage of the trick decorators use to make your Motels look more open and spacious by moving your sofas and chairs away from the walls. This furniture placement can serve a functional purpose by keeping couches away from heating and air-conditioning vents and providing space for reclining sofas.
Tip # 5: Pay Attention to Proportion Vary the size of your objects to keep things interesting, and place a tall piece near a shorter one. A large entertainment unit on one side of the Motels can be balanced with a sofa on the other side.
Tip #6: Corners and Curves A modern trend is to soften straight contemporary lines and angles with curved pieces to make the Motels more inviting. For example, you might place a round table near a sofa with very straight lines. Tip #7: Go with the Flow Consider the flow of traffic when you arrange the furniture so people can move around freely. The path to another room should not cross through a conversation area or in front of people watching TV. Use graph paper to create a visual of the flow before physically moving the furniture. Tip # 8: Use Area Rugs Area rugs can form the basis of the color scheme or add a splash of color to a neutral room while defining a space like a conversation area. They do not have to match exactly, but they should blend well with the room. Tip #9: Less Really is More Resist the urge to clutter up Motels with unnecessary items that take attention away from the beauty of well-made furniture. Design Motels as a calm oasis and limit the number of items crammed into the room. If you have an interesting collection you would like to display, use a curio cabinet to add a personal touch to the room. Tip #10: Angle for Effect Try setting area rug or furniture at an angle for a dramatic effect in Motels. A small change like an angled sofa can really give your Motels the "wow" factor!