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What Kind of Furniture Can You Find in Your Home? Living Room Furniture Infographic

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What Kind of Furniture Can You Find in Your Home? Living Room Furniture Infographic

 

The living room is the hub of every house; this is where most of the action happens, where the family comes together and also where we entertain guests the most often. This is why it is very important to have a cozy and welcoming living room with all the necessary and comfortable furniture. Therefore, it is also important for every language learner to be aware of the different types of furniture we can typically find in our living rooms, ranging from technology to decorations.

Being able to correctly name different types of furniture can be very useful in everyday life, and it can make your conversations flow better and increase your confidence in spoken English.

So let’s have a look at some of the furniture in the most important room of a house.

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What is your living room like? Is your design centered around a magnificent fireplace or is your home more modern and makes use of cutting-edge technology with your video and audio systems? The living room serves many purposes, such as relaxing with family while watching a movie, reading by yourself or entertaining guests in a homely setting. In most families however, it will be the most frequently used room in the house and therefore deserves a lot of attention. Hopefully, these infographics will help you develop the right vocabulary to describe your living room with confidence and in detail.

If you like posts and vocabulary related to houses, architecture and design, check out our posts about Adjectives to Describe Your Home and Types of Furniture Found in Bedrooms.

Or, if you are a more advanced learner and would like to read inspiring articles about design and architecture, take a look at these great English magazines: Architectural DigestElle Decor and House Beautiful. It is always best to use and practise your language skills in real life activities :).

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