In this family room layout, the TV is the focal point. A single small couch sits across from the TV with a small coffee table in between. This living room boasts a calm, light-colored aesthetic with strong minimalist vibes.
This living room also features a classic layout that makes watching the TV the focus of the space. Rather than mount the TV to the wall, this homeowner opted to place the TV on a long wooden TV stand that coordinates well with the rest of the room's decorative scheme.
In this quaint family room, an L-shaped couch is perpendicular to the TV that sits on a TV stand. A chair is placed across from the couch for added seating. A large coffee table and sizeable area rug help tie the space together, creating a cozy TV-watching ambiance.
There's no doubt that watching the TV is the primary focus of this family room. The large couch sits directly across from the TV, and the homeowner has opted to have the couch floating near the center of the room rather than place it against the wall.
In this family room, the L-shaped couch and the two chairs are generally perpendicular to the TV. The couch is long on both sides, so family and friends can easily watch TV when desired, but the layout is arguably more geared toward conversation since the chairs don't face the TV.
Here is another family room that features a sizeable L-shaped couch that's perfect for watching TV. But what makes this family room unique is the placement of the TV; it sits off to the side of the far wall which frees up more wall space for decor.