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How a modular living room can bridge the generation gap

These days, not everyone in the family wants to do the same thing at the same time. Especially when several generations share the same living space. Still, you all like to be around each other. So a happy living room has different zones where you can all create your own moods.

An airy living room with a large SÖDERHAMN sofa, a chaise longue and BESTÅ storage with doors.
An airy living room with a large SÖDERHAMN sofa, a chaise longue and BESTÅ storage with doors.

Digital delights

In a SÖDERHAMN chaise longue, you can create your own digital bubble as you rest comfortably. A nearby trolley stocks those physical necessities.

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Distinctive details

You can finish BESTÅ storage units in a number of different ways – such as these expressive STOCKVIKEN doors with their slatted fronts.

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Reading corner

A reading lamp with directed light means that one person can comfortably enjoy their books, without bothering anyone else.

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Supreme comfort

The SÖDERHAMN sofa comes with two sizes of cushion to combine restful comfort with good support for your posture.

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Admiring the view

You can arrange your seating set-up so that everyone can switch off, unplug and enjoy the view out of the window together.

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Floorplan 1 – Admiring the view

This floor plan shows the furniture arrangement, from a top-down perspective, of the photo shown above.

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Floorplan 2 – TV and private time

As seen here, you can place the sofa for the most comfortable TV viewing and still have a more private zone to stretch out.

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