wineosaur : first of before we get into soft furnishings, your sofa position is too far back and far away from each other. Sofas don’t have to be flush against walls. Bring them together so they have a relationship with one another.
Get a rug to define a space and help create a relationship between the sofas and coffee table. I’d go with something in a muted version of your wall color but with a repetitive pattern or texture.
Everything in the room seems very dark and it seems to draw the beautiful natural light from your window into it. You need to add in stuff that bounces that light around the room. You can do this by:
1. picking pillows and rugs in lighter tones
2.Using metallic and mirror decorative items or stuff with high gloss finishes in lighter colours
3. placing impactful green plants or even a bunch of flowers will help to liven the room up. You have plants but they seem to recede into the room because they are not in places where they have the most visual impact.
Looking at your room now, I think the top color pallete I posted previously will work. Pick your pillows and rugs from that color pallete. Include texture and pattern in your soft furnishing too as this will create visual interest. I think once you reposition your sofas to have a relationship and add visual interest with rugs and pillows you should be golden.
Just a tip with dark wood furniture, don’t put dark decorations on top of them because it will just get lost. Use lighter and brighter decorations to draw your eye up and have more visual impact. Also, always group accessories and decorations in odd numbers to create a story or theme. Have 3 or 5 pillows but never 2 or 4. You can have six pillows but group them in two groups of 3 on eachside of a long sofa. You can of course use even numbers of stuff but it’s a lot harder to know how to place them for the best visual impact and as a newbie with this stuff it just makes it a lot easier for yourself to create a fabulous room.
Also consider having different levels/heights/shape when grouping accessories in a theme or story. If you are grouping 3 candles or vases for example. Have a taller one, a middle sized one and a small one. It just seems to have better visual impact and is more aesthetically pleasing.
Your room is pretty neutral so as long as you theme your color pallette and keep it all cohesive, it will look great once finished. First thing you need to do is play around with your sofa configuration. Either have two of them facing each other with the coffee table in between them like this.
continue what you already have with the L configuration but bring the sofa placed on the far wall with the big canvas print forward a fair bit so it’s much closer to the other sofa. I’d then put the coffee table in the direction that follows the longer sofa. You might be able to do something a bit different like flipping one sofa to the opposite wall but I as I can’t see the other half of the room, I can’t say whether that would be a better configuration.
Hope that helps and didn’t confuse you. 😁