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Arrange for Face-to-Face Conversation: Arranging the seating pieces to face each other over a shared coffee table makes conversation easy, and the table keeps drinks in easy reach.
Employ a Stool (or Two!) Stools are a chic way to keep extra seating on hand without visually weighing down a room. A matching set face off against a sofa in this family room, completing the seating circle while leaving the view open to the space's main focal point -- a fireplace bookended by two recessed shelving niches.
Gallery walls can be a little overwhelming if not arranged properly (aka you CAN get them wrong despite what the blogosphere might tell you), but this one works well here.
Going Coastal - Creating a beachy or coastal vibe is easy to do if you find your inspiration in the colors of sand and sea. Watery gray Gulf Water blues work just as well as the more intense Mediterranean or Caribbean sea colors. You can inject red coral tones or even purple or brown sea urchin tones, let the ocean critters be your guide!
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