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Your floor plan needs to be opened up to be more inviting from the entry hall area. Right now your sofa blocks off the area, makes for a small space to walk around sofa and leaves the window bare. I understand that you were trying to define the LR space by putting the sectional that way. Opening it up makes for a better traffic flow from entry hall and other door way.
I like plan A the best. It balances out the room and looks inviting as you enter from entrance hall. If you don't have cable on the other wall get an extension long enough to run down the length of the two walls over to the wall where I have the TV placed.
Try adding an area rug to define the space.
Add panels hung high above the window frame and extend the rod past the window width. When you pull the panels apart, the inside edge of the fabric should rest on the frame. This will give the illusion of a bigger window and still allow all the light to come through. Get one of those decorative rods where you can add ring clips. Keep the curtains permanently open since you already have blinds on the windows. The panels would be for decorative purposes and to add color to the room.
A god economical source for curtain panels is twin sheets from Walmart ($4.00). They are long but just let them "puddle" on the floor. Another source is to look for fabric rectangular table cloths with a great print. Sometimes you can find those on sale cheaper than you can buy fabric.
I put in a round coffee table because I like round ones with sectionals, it keeps the area from looking so boxy. Your table is fine though.
In plan B the right part of the sectional would be pulled away from the wall. You could put a small sofa table behind it for decor and to fill the space. Use your floor lamp at that end of the sectional. You would then have room for a book case. However it looks a little crowded in this configuration.
Your arrangement is on the left. You really must free up the traffic flow pattern from the back door and kitchen area. The only way to do this is to float your furniture. The line you see running down plans A-C is the traffic flow pattern and should be left unobstructed.
I think the best furniture is a sectional. I favor plan B because it is angled like the entry way is, you can still see fireplace, you can enter from kitchen, back door, and DR walk through area. Having the TV in the corner near the window is not ideal but this plan works well. You can get a sofa table and put a lamp on it with decor. You will be able to get a cord to the lamp by going under the right part of the sectional.
Plan C looks like everything is larger than the other pics, but it is the same size. I must have just zoomed in before I copied and pasted into the group doc.
Plan C looks nice as far as good balance but there's the dilemma of getting lighting to the area without stringing cords across walkways. (oops, just noticed that something happened to the back door *shrug*. Supposed to be there though, obviously.)
Get a low height TV stand and put the TV on it then put it in the corner near the window. It should still be at a comfortable viewing level on a nicer/lower stand.
This space really calls for a circular rug. Getting a rectangular rug will make this space seem really boxy.
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