A sitting area next to the bed
The Conran Shop ### Next to an oversized four-poster bed, there is a sitting area forming a separate block, an armchair, a sofa and a key table.
A seating area in a small space
Goal ### A sleeping area and a 2-in-1 sofa area in a small parental suite, it's possible! The idea to steal here? Install a coffee table and a cozy sofa facing the bed. A nice way to alternate napping and reading and give yourself the luxury of having a multifunctional room.
A sitting area separated from the bedroom by a curtain
Ikéa ### In the master suite, between the bedroom and the living area, a curtain serves as a removable partition. Convenient to preserve privacy on one side or the other by pulling the curtains, and create a feeling of space by folding them over the sides.
A sitting area at the end of the room
Blanc des Vosges ### At the other end of the master bedroom, an extra large sofa invites its owners to take a break from reading, computer or television out of bed. All in the same room.
A sitting area with two armchairs
The Conran Shop ### Represented by two super soft armchairs, the living area of this spacious master suite with high ceilings remains discreet. The idea: to have a relaxation area other than the bed without breaking the feeling of space.
A more than discreet seating area
Hästens ### An even more discreet seating area than the previous parental suite is possible. The proof with this majestic piece decorated in a Louis XIV style, whose couch and armchair remain repatriated to the side when they are not in use. Or how to get a "living room" space while preserving the attention focused on the royal decoration of the place.
A seating area with a fireside chair
Ikéa ### One or two fireside chairs accompanied by a pedestal table and a lamp, that can easily fit a "mini living room" corner into the bedroom.