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Living Room Furniture

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Affordable Living Room Furniture

We have coffee tables, loveseats, sofas and sectional sofas to furnish your home with the best living room furniture, whether or not you’re on a budget. Your living room can look stylish and updated in no time, making a wonderful space for entertaining and relaxing.

Sit back and relax on a plush recliner and grab an ottoman for the rest of the family to kick up their feet. We’ve got your comfort covered with living room furniture pieces that you’ll love coming home to.

Need a complete living room makeover? Big Lots carries a number of Living Room Collections that can transform your living room and make your space cozy and comfortable.  

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2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban interior design is a big step up

Interior design and quality has proven to be a sticking point on the latest generation of Chevrolet Silverado pickups. The powertrains are very good, but as the prices increase, there are more premium experiences available (cough, Ram). Heading into the reveal for the 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban, we were a bit worried that too much of the Silverado would rub off on the reworked full-size SUVs. After seeing the trucks in the flesh, some of those worries were assuaged.

Instead of just copying and pasting the Silverado interior into the Tahoe and Suburban, Chevy designed a new interior specifically for the SUVs. We wouldn’t call the result luxurious, but it is much improved and sufficiently different than the underwhelming Silverado.

Silverado interior (left); Suburban interior (right)

The center stack is a breath of fresh air. It’s no longer one giant slab of black plastic with a mess of buttons.

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Designing a family room where the big TV isn’t the focal point

Designer Laura Fox suggests new furniture, which will create multiple areas for relaxing and conversation. Smaller chairs that can be moved around easily will give the Jaffes a more versatile space. The Jaffes are considering mounting the TV over the fireplace, and Fox suggests sliding barn doors to add an architectural element and conceal it when it’s not being used.

Paint the walls a pale neutral color, such as Passive from Sherwin-Williams, to update the space. Paint the molding and doors a bold slate blue, such as Serious Gray from Sherwin-Williams. A bold area rug placed over the wall-to-wall carpet gives the room a beautiful, layered look. A fun light fixture adds a playful vibe and, because it hangs lower than the existing fan, creates a cozier atmosphere in a space with high ceilings. The light ivory fabric on the sofa will go with any color the family chooses for

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This Cozy Family Room Is Perfect for Watching the Big Game

The design offers an immersive experience, including comfortable seating and a clear view to the television.

The Project

New construction of a country farmhouse sitting on a horse farm. This family room — the main hangout and living space for the homeowners — overlooks the horse pasture.

The Vibe

Country farmhouse. “The homeowners wanted a traditional farmhouse with a country cottage interior feel,” says architect Therese Noonan. “We wanted the house to feel authentic to farmhouses in the area. We built it to look like an old stone farmhouse with an addition.”

Favorite Part

“I like the juxtaposition of the two main features: the sliding glass doors and the fireplace,” says Noonan. “The sliding doors are 8’ x 16’ wide, allowing the room to be opened up to the pasture and blending the threshold between interior and exterior space. While stained in oak, the amount of glass in these doors

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Jupiter middle-schooler’s eye for design takes him to NBC’s ’Little Big Shots’ – Entertainment – The Palm Beach Post

The Bak Middle School of the Arts 11-year-old student is keen on interior design, and he’s dead serious about making it his career.

Many of the talented kids on NBC’s youth-centric variety show “Little Big Shots,” this season hosted by actress Melissa McCarthy, are performers — they sing, dance, tell jokes or play the flute.

Graham Sachs Gilbert is equally as talented, but the Bak Middle School of the Arts student doesn’t fill a room with laughter, but with style.

“I love interior design because it’s a liveable art form,” says Graham, 11, of Jupiter, who appears this season to explain his colorful way of seeing the world. “It’s beautiful, and you can live in it.”

Graham was contacted by the show after becoming something of a young design prodigy — he’s been featured in House Beautiful and Architectural Digest, and has a fun and popular Instagram page with the

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