Creating a Relaxing and Meditative Living Room

Host Stephanie McWilliams turns a busy mom's living room into a peaceful oasis where the whole family can relax.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionSince the living room is so big, it takes up three different areas of the interactive floor plan — knowledge, health and family.
Since the living room is so big, it takes up three different areas of the interactive floor plan — knowledge, health and family. McWilliams breaks the space into three smaller areas for working out, socializing and meditating. The furniture in the main seating area is rearranged to take advantage of the windows, while the TV is tucked away so it's no longer the central object of the room. Simple graphic outlines of dancing women highlight the wall and create a sense of fun and movement in the space.

Products
sofa (Aires, 2161498); chair (Caprice, 2153069); lamp (Drum, teal, 2134426); driftwood table pieces (2170367); ceramic women (2169438) - Pier 1 Imports
rug
(Caledonia, 46410) - Home Decorators Collection
draperies
(eggshell, 7638994288) - Bed, Bath & Beyond

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