Post # 1
Hi all, which layout do you like best? ****The wall on the right is OPEN and I forgot to include that in the pics. There is really no right wall. This opening leads to the foyer. The double doors on the bottom wall lead to the dining room. The 2 brownish rectangles you see are bookcases. We are using this room as a reading room with an office so that’s why you see a desk and a chair. Thank you!
Post # 2
If there is no right wall for A and B the back of the desk would face the opening to the other room? That seems like bad Feng Shui. You don’t want your back to be to any doors or entry ways. I’d also like B if you maybe moved the desk between the windows?
Post # 3
Out of these three, I’d say C.
If the wall on the right is open, what if you put the desk between the windows on the top wall, the bookshelves in the same place as A/B, and then the couch back towards the open wall, and the two chairs facing the desk? That way, if someone was at the desk they could turn around their chair and engage in conversation with those on the seating furniture as well.
Post # 4
What about C with the desk/chair turned so that the chair faces right at the double door, and the bookshelf against the wall like in A/B. That keeps the walk way from the open wall free and can turn the two single chairs to the couch like in A/B too.
Post # 5
C option is not showing up. Also like a PP said I would move the desk between the two windows or elsewhere..
Post # 6
ezasabc123: There is a tiny wall on each side. I forgot to mention that. I may have to post pics of the room. I am so bad at explaining it. 🙂
Post # 7
hegetsme: I like option B best, assuming the desk is by the tiny wall you’re talking about.
Post # 8
hegetsme: I voted for C. I like to place furniture against the wall. That leaves me with more space in the room.
Post # 9
I think C is unbalanced. It looks like the bulk of the furniture is all on the top wall of the photo. I like A best, if everything is to scale.
Post # 10
hegetsme: Gotcha! In that case, I like B the best 🙂