Living Room

Shop Amart’s range of quality furniture including sofas, recliners and other living room furniture. Talk to our experts about creating furniture packages to help you make a statement in your home.
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Fashionable living room furniture at Amart

Amart offers stylish and fashionable living room furniture at the best price. And with a range of showroom and in store shopping options, plus delivery around Australia, Amart is your one-stop-shop for all things furniture. We have everything from lounges, sofa beds and seating to large modular seaters that will fit your entire family. Our range of corner sofas and lounge suites, are designed to mix and match and come in different sizes, ensuring you get exactly the look you want. Compliment your selection with our range of side tables, bookcases and buffets. All of our products are covered by warranty, and with our pay later and interest free options, we really are here to help you.

How to create a living room to suit your lifestyle and your budget

With easy and affordable living room furniture ideas at Amart, your next dinner party will be a success. Come and talk to our experts about a package deal to suit your budget and lifestyle.

Choosing your living room furniture

Browse the extensive range of living room furniture online or in store at Amart Furniture to see the diverse range of styles and quality furniture available while taking into account:

  1. Your budget
  2. The size and layout of your living space
  3. Your storage needs
  4. The amount of natural light in the room

You’ll then be prepared to choose an affordable style of furniture you love but which also works well with your living space.

3 Living room furniture package ideas to look out for

Purchasing a living room furniture package is the most affordable way to decorate your whole living space. Our team of experts are on hand to help you select and create the perfect package to meet your budget. Here are 3 ideas to get you started:

  1. Decide on your feature piece of furniture like a round dining table, then build on that theme by adding in dining chairs and complimentary furniture pieces like a console table, bookcase or a tallboy.
  2. Add interest to your living room furniture package by adding small furniture pieces like an ottoman, sideboard, lamp table, armchairs or even bar stools.
  3. Choose living room furniture items in complementary designs and tones, adding accessories such as lamps, artwork, cushions and throw rugs to complete - but not dominate the look and feel of the room.

Living room furniture ideas

Your design theme forms the basis of the mood in the room, so be clear on the look you are after, and then use accessories to finish the look.

Some of the design styles to consider include:

  • Modern: Showcases sleek, clean lines and an uncluttered look.
  • Wooden: Classic appeal and natural timber aesthetics.
  • Industrial: Features blended raw materials such as wood and iron.
  • Coastal: Beach-inspired ambience with cool tones.
  • Rustic: Uses a blend of vintage-look timbers and materials.
  • Luxury: Creates a plush sense of decadence.
  • Rattan: For a fresh, natural look.

The best way to arrange living room furniture

Working with the available living space, start by arranging your living room furniture  to create an inclusive and inviting seating area. Depending on the size and shape of the room, you might choose:

  • A pair of sofas positioned at right angles with a lamp table, coffee table and ottoman. Add an entertainment unit to the side for storage.
  • A sofa and one or two armchairs or recliners with an ottoman, coffee table and small console table. A stylish tv unit will finish off the room.
  • A chaise lounge with a lamp table, coffee table and other living room chairs.

3 tips for styling your living room furniture

You only need to know a few interior design tricks to create a beautiful space. Here are 3 tips for you to think about.

  1. Colour Theme: Consider the amount of natural light your living space receives. If the room is dark, opt for furniture in light shades. Accessorise with similar subtle tones and pops of colour.
  2. Floor Rugs: A floor rug will define the space adding a sense of warmth and togetherness. Choose a rug that complements the colours, textures and style of your furniture and position it so that all those furniture pieces occupy at least part of the rug. Will the rug be the statement or the foundation piece in the room? Don’t allow your floor rug to compete with your furniture.
  3. Accessories: Homewares such as lamps, vases, artwork, throw rugs and cushions add comfort and a cosy feel to your living space. Try similar colours to your living room furniture but different textures, or opposing colours to add depth and contrast.

Does living room furniture have to match?

To achieve the feeling of stylish yet comfortable living room furniture today’s expert stylists add some furniture pieces which don’t match but have elements that complement the other in tones, textures, design or materials.

For example, a glass top coffee table with angled oak legs might match your leather or fabric lounge seater if they also have angled oak legs in a similar stain.

Should living room furniture match with dining room furniture?

Even in an open plan living space if the dining and living room furniture are in separate, defined areas they don’t have to match, but there does need to be a sense of continuity so that the entire space doesn’t lack harmony.

If you stay with similar lines such as smooth, slim and sleek or rounded and chunky as well as the same tones such as warm or cool and matching styles such as modern or rustic, you’ll achieve a living room space that has a cohesive feel.