A living room is a room in a domestic house or apartment for calming and socializing. Lounge rooms are at times referred to as front room particularly when they are near the main entrance at the forward-facing part of the house. In many cases especially for big houses, a sitting room is a small room which is near a bedroom. However, for homes that lack a drawing room, a sitting room can function as a reception room. A living room contained furniture such as sofa, chairs, tables such as coffee tables, bookshelves, electric lamps, and other furniture. Most living rooms in the past were also made of a fireplace. A fireplace serves as a heating place. Furthermore, the surface of a lounge room was covered with a sectioned mats which served as seats. For quite some time, the parlor of a living room, was used for accommodating people during social events. Additionally, the lounge room was used for placing recently deceased people before they are buried during their funeral. The following is a list of furniture types found in a living room. Some of the items include tables, chairs, beds, desks, dressers, or cupboards. These furniture are mostly kept in a house or other structure so as to make it appropriate and comfy for staying or working in.
A chair is a piece of furniture made of an elevated surface that is supported by legs, universally used to seat a lone person. Chairs are mainly supported by four legs and have a back. Though, some chairs are made of three legs or can have different shapes. Different materials such as wood, metal, and synthetic materials such as plastic are used to make chairs. Seats can be used in places like different rooms of homes, in schools and offices and also in various other workplaces. A stool refers to a chair without arms and a bar stool is a raised stool. A cushion on the other hand refers to a member of furniture for seating three or more people, with or without arms, that is moderately or completely padded, and often tailored with springs and tailored cushions.
Even though a couch is used predominantly for seating, it can also be used for sleeping. In households, couches are customarily located in the family room, living room, or the lounge. In some cases couches are found in non-residential locations such as hotels, in the lobbies of commercial offices, waiting rooms, and bars. Moreover, a chaise lounge is a lifted sofa that looks like a chair that is long enough to support the legs. Adventurously, chaise lounge have been associated with psychoanalysis and countless psychoanalysts keep on using the chaises lounge s in their offices for use in psychotherapy. In present French the chaise lounge can mean any long reclining chair such as a deckchair.