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As soon as you start house hunting or searching for a new apartment to rent, your checklist for a new home becomes very clear. And when it comes down to it, we might be OK with sacrificing the overall size of our living room in exchange for a spacious kitchen island or incredible backyard.

But it goes without saying that a comfortable, inviting living space that doesn’t feel cramped or cluttered is crucial.

After all, it’s the room you’ll do the most

If you can’t pass the popcorn bowl from the sofa to the chair or reach the coffee table to put your drink down, cozy up your living room and bring the furniture closer together. Use floor and table lamps to bring in several light sources and create a layered, warmly lit space.

An excess of smaller seating and storage pieces can make your room feel cluttered and cramped. Similarly, smaller ottomans will fit in better than a chunky coffee table and can also double as extra seating in a pinch. When you’re short on square footage, you want to take advantage of the vertical real estate on your walls as much as possible. Hang shelves up high for books and plants, which will draw the eye up and make the ceilings appear taller.

And if you’re looking to incorporate a large statement piece, make it artwork or a strategically placed mirror.

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