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It would look like #1 or #2, with the sectional replacing the "L" created by the chairs and sofa. Do you agree the Eames is sort of locked in? Really, everything else has to be arranged to make sense with it.
If you have the space, you could potentially do a sectional facing the fireplace, and put the Eames in the opposite corner, at an angle. However, I personally would prefer less sofa and more chairs--more flexible and open feeling. You could do a two-seater, two chairs, and your Eames. To help frame things: (1) the Eames ought to be at angle, (2) you should avoid symmetry (why I don't like the idea of two sofas facing each other, and (3) you obviously don't want anything...
Have you officially killed the notion of double Eames lounge chairs?
Semi-traditional or semi-contemporary?
So, do you wear your shoes into the bathroom when you know you're going to take a shower, then take them off right before you get in? When do you out them back on after? I would have to put on a fresh pair of socks every time. Do you re-sock? I cannot tolerate re-socking.
Normal, non-ugly, semi-traditional:
No, semi-con/semi-trad.That is all exactly right.I said normal, not ugly.
I had to look up what the fuck you mean. I can't do a spoon pic because all of our spoons are in storage while we are installing stuff in our new apartment (hence the new light) and don't live there yet. Also, it would involve me making a 70-block trek just to prove the internet wrong.Happy to do a spoon pic in a couple of months.
I swear on the internet that I did.
I guess it's more of a mix between some semi-traditional and some semi-contemporary.
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