July 25, 2011
Creating a conversation area with furniture is easy as can be if you think about arrangements that are conducive to talking. Proximity is important, as is creating different seating options for large and small groups. Intimate conversation areas can be created in large rooms and outdoor spaces as well. The following images should spark a few interior design ideas of your own.
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A deep sofa across from two comfortable chairs provides several options for conversations in this living room design. The sofa is long enough for two people to sit comfortably. The closeness of the chairs makes talking easier. The overall arrangement is great for group conversations.
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A gathering of comfortable club chairs creates a cozy conversation area. The round table in the middle is perfect for drinks or playing games.
SW Design via
A large room is best divided into multiple conversational seating areas. The long sofa and small accent chairs create one area; a pair of club chairs anchors another near the window; another pair of chairs flanks the fireplace.
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Furniture arranged in a close arrangement is ideal for conversation. A pair of chairs and a sofa is a classic arrangement that inspires conversation.
Storibook Designs via
This arrangement of a sofa flanked by chairs centered by a coffee table is a classic seating arrangement because it is great for conversation. The chairs don’t have to be a pair to work in this type of formal arrangement but often are. Does it inspire any decorating ideas for your own home?
A quiet corner in the house or garden is a great place to create a small conversation area for two. A pair of chairs and a small table is all that is needed.
Interior Design Portland via
An outdoor space like a patio, deck or porch is a great place to create a conversation area. A pair of outdoor sofas, floor cushions and low stools provides multiple seating options.
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An outdoor conversation area gathered around a fire pit makes a great seating option for day or night. Small tables provide unobtrusive places to set drinks or snacks.
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