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How To Choose The Right Pieces For Your Living Room

Whether you're looking for a sofa, an armchair, or much more, get ideas from this newly launched BGC store

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Photography: courtesy of Blims Fine Furnishing

You may think that you merely need a sofa and a coffee table to decorate any living room. But the truth is, each living room is unique, and needs to be furnished with pieces that are specific to the space and the lifestyle of the homeowner. We visited the new Blims Fine Furniture showroom at Venice Grand Canal mall and found these living room picks:

Big family, plenty of room: Sectional sofa


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If you’re blessed with a large living area and a big family, a sectional or L-shaped sofa is perfect for you. Make sure you get a sofa with sections that you can separate, so you can re-orient it to your living space.

Midcentury vibes: Leather


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Leather sofas don’t have to be relegated to bachelor pads. Get a leather sofa with some classic mid-century modern vibes, like this Saffron Nuvo three-seater, which has nicely tailored tufting that makes it look like it’s straight out of a Mad Men set.

Lounging with guests: Two armchairs


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Love having guests over? Then you need a conversational area composed of a sofa and two armchairs or occasional chairs across it. Choose an armchair or club chair that’s comfortable enough to sink into, like this Saffron Nuvo one-seater.

Home theater: La-Z-Boy


If you have a home entertainment system or you simply just love having Netflix night with the family, then it’s best to invest in super-comfortable recliners like these from La-Z-Boy. Want the ultimate cinema experience? Try La-Z-Boy’s two-seater recliners, which have receptacles for your drinks.

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Studio unit: Sofabed


If you live in a studio unit or a tiny apartment, your living room is almost always your bedroom too, so you’d need a sofabed that doesn’t really look like a bed. The Oslo sofabed fits the bill, as it’s nicely tailored, and you can swing it open to become a bed with just one motion.

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Condo living: Coffee table with storage


A mere coffee table or center table won’t do if you live in a small condo unit or apartment. Make your center table do double duty by getting one with built-in storage, cubby holes, or a drawer like the Nantes Coffee Table.  

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Visit Blims Fine Furniture at 2/L Venice Grand Canal at Mckinley Hill, Bonifacio Global City, open daily from 10am-11pm

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